Grand Opening Success!

May 29

Grand Opening Success!

Perma-Liner recently hosted a grand opening celebration at our new Illinois distribution facility. There were live demonstrations of our state-of-the-art processes, show specials and show day special financing. The event was a great success and we are very proud of our new facility! Check out some great photos from the day! Contact us today to find out more about...

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Where’s My Dinner?

Jul 10

Where’s My Dinner?

A very successful restaurant here in Minneapolis had a severely backed up sewer problem and had to close for a day and reopened that night thanks to Perma-Liner trenchless technology. The last thing you want to do is have your business closed down for any specified amount of time, with Perma-Liner a job that could take weeks only took one day and dinner was being...

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Mudslides in Minneapolis

Jul 02

Mudslides in Minneapolis

Severe weather is battering Minneapolis and most of the Midwest. Just here in Minneapolis last week we experienced a mudslide that swallowed up a whole street! Which also tore up our sewer pipe-lines, if you were one of those affected by the mudslide or other flooding, call Perma-Liner! We are completely “trenchless” which means there is no digging involved and...

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Minneapolis Wants Trenchless!

Jun 25

Minneapolis Wants Trenchless!

Perma-Liner has been contacted by Minneapolis residents looking for pipe lining contractors! Trenchless technology is in HIGH demand in Minneapolis. Perma-Liner needs contractors immediately available in your state. Digging is out and pipe rehabilitation is in!  Perma-Liner™ offers many successful pipe lining systems that work for both commercial, industrial and...

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E. coli Is Not a Laughing Matter

Jun 18

E. coli Is Not a Laughing Matter

The massive rains that we had over this last weekend here in the Minneapolis area has pushed sewage into our once pristine lakes and in some cases into our homes. This forces a harmful bacteria known as E. coli (Escherichia coli) into our homes and our beloved lakes. Human or animal feces infected with E. coli sometimes get into lakes, and water supplies due to...

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