Damage Prevented at Historic Ohio Statehouse by Use of Epoxy Pipe Lining Process

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Columbus, OH (PRWEB) August 16, 2011

Plumbing Professors was awarded “Job of The Year” by Nu Flow for their epoxy pipe lining work on rain water conductors in historic Ohio Statehouse building. In need of repair were 700 feet of water conductors that were encased in architectural limestone before the civil war. Working after hours and “behind the scenes,” the crew completed the project on schedule with virtually no disruption to the operation of the historic building. While originally designed to reline horizontal pipe, Plumbing Professors used proprietary techniques that allowed them to reline the vertical pipes using the patented epoxy lining system.

 

Nu Flow presents this award for challenging lining projects that are completed using their pull-in-place lining system. “We are proud to be recognized for our work in Ohio, and are honored to receive Job of the Year for our efforts,” said Pete Cunningham, Plumbing Professors Sales Manager. Pete adds “this award confirms the innovation and dedication our install team demonstrated during this challenging job.”

 

Plumbing Professors is a true 24/7 plumbing, sewer and drain cleaning company that specializes in epoxy pipe lining. They provide commercial, industrial and residential service seven days a week. They never charge overtime for nights, weekends or holidays…ever. http://www.PlumbingProfessors.com

 

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