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Finding a reliable plumber in Massachusetts, Maine, or Vermont can be a lengthy process. Your home is likely your largest investment. Not only so you want to keep it structurally sound, but it also needs to run smoothly and be …

How To Thaw Frozen Pipes in Massachusetts

The oncoming season brings about a new set of pipe troubles, including them bursting or being damaged by frost. When you turn on the tap and there’s a trickle, then it’s usually a sign of a frozen pipe. When this happens, it’s …

How We Inspect Chiller Lines in Commercial Buildings

Here at New England Pipe Restoration, we understand that your chiller lines are essential to your business running smoothly. We also understand that malfunctions in these lines can really eat up your budget and can grossly …

The Importance Of Lining Your Roof Drains This Summer

When you’re the manager for an apartment complex or condo complex, it can be challenging to look at any repairs or replacements without wanting to cringe. Since all these buildings are connected in some way- including any plumbing …

When are the Best Times to Have a Sewer Camera Inspection?

Frequent backups and clogs often mean there is an underlying issue that needs to be addressed. It is not easy to tell when a sewer needs to be repaired or replaced entirely. Sewer camera inspections should be conducted by any …

What Makes Only Perma-Lateral Liner Materials So Strong?

Have you considered trenchless pipe repair for your pending sewer line replacement, but are unsure about the quality of the materials used? Trenchless pipe repair and restoration has been around for many years, however it’s only …

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