Historic Architecture Means Problematic Pipelines

Historic Architecture Means Problematic Pipelines

Several Minneapolis neighborhoods have properties dating back to the turn of the century and even the mid- to late 1800s. The homes have been preserved to admire the historic architecture but that doesn’t mean through the years these homes haven’t had a face life or two. Just like these prestige homes, the pipes underneath also need a face lift. Clay drains are over 100 years old and cracks or porous joints can occur, while cast iron pipes can corrode. Many homeowners are going the Perma-Liner™ way! By preserving these pipes like that of the beautiful historic homes. Simply re-line the pipe and add another 50 years to a pipe. Not only adding time but giving the pipe strength, it will be as if the pipes are brand new or even better! New pipes mean digging and replacing the older ones, not with pipe lining. Once the pipe is cleaned and jetted out an impregnated liner is cured within the pipe creating a strong structural pipe inside a pipe.  Preserve Minneapolis architecture and history! Call us today and find how to make those historic pipes as strong and beautiful as your home!

Historic Architecture Means Problematic Pipelines
Historic Architecture Means Problematic Pipelines

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