Thermoform Ensures A Longer Service Life

When you offer trenchless pipe repairs to residential and commercial clients, they’ll want to know that the work they’re paying for will last for a long time. Thermoform PVC liners are made to last. They’re easy to install with our trenchless relining equipment. Read on to learn how Thermoform ensures a long service life compared with other types of pipe lining solutions.

Resistance to Structural Damage

When you’re considering PVC liners vs. CIPP liners, the liner’s strength and durability should be key factors in your decision. Our Thermoform PVC liners create a tight fit against the hosting pipe. No tree root can penetrate through it. Soil, sand, pests and groundwater are no match for our PVC liners.

Environmentally Friendly

Another feature of Thermoform PVC fold and form pipe liners vs. cured in place pipe liners is that our products don’t use any harmful chemicals. No chemicals are used during the installation process. There’s no risk of soil contamination when you repair a pipe with Thermoform PVC fold and form pipe liners. No gases are emitted during the installation process. The liners are made in a controlled environment, and we have the industry’s highest standards for safety and quality control.

Get an Exact Fit

When repairing older pipes, there’s no debate in the PVC fold and form pipe liners vs. cured in place pipe liners issue. Our PVC fold and form pipe liners conform to every bend, curve, divot, dent and bubble on the interior side of a pipe. The liners expand when exposed to steam. Once the temperature drops, the PVC cools in the shape of the hosting pipe. The result is a seamless interior.

Thermoform PVC liners provide long-lasting, durable and reliable trenchless pipe repairs. Contact us today to learn more about our PVC form and fold liners.

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