Start the Year By Being an Accredited Thermoform Contractor

When your company performs many pipe lining services or you have a long list of customers waiting for the installation of PVC fold and form pipe liners, consider becoming a Thermoform accredited contractor. Our accreditation process ensures that every liner you install yields a successful result and a long lifespan. In this month’s blog post, we’ll walk you through everything you need to know in order to achieve accreditation with us.

Full Product Experience

As an accredited Thermoform contractor, you gain access to our full range of fold and form pipe liners. This allows you to serve more customers and address a wide variety of pipe problems. We’ll train you on every product in our lineup. When we launch a new product, you as an accredited contractor will receive priority access and training services.

Overcome Tough Field Conditions

During our training sessions for technicians who want to become accredited contractors, we address tough and unusual field conditions. Extreme weather, unusual soil, or sensitive environments can throw a wrench into the traditional installation process for a fold and form PVC liner, which is why we’ll teach you how to overcome anything nature sends your way.

Improve Productivity

Our accredited Thermoform contractors install liners faster and with higher success rates. By increasing your productivity for installing PVC liners vs. CIPP liners, we also help you boost profitability and reduce customer waiting times.

Maintain High Customer Satisfaction Ratings

When your customer has a sewer pipe malfunction or failure, they can’t wait for weeks to have an expert repair or replace their pipe. Our accredited contractors get the work done quickly and correctly. This helps your company maintain high customer satisfaction ratings.

For more information about our PVC fold and form pipe liners vs. cured in place pipe liners and how to become an accredited contractor, reach out to us at Thermoform today!

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