Newest technology in leak detection and repair provides fast, efficient, non-destructive results
Jan 26, 2009
American Leak Detection in Dallas/Fort Worth Specialists Trained on ACE DuraFlo ePIPE system - Continuing to raise the bar with their service offerings, in February 2009 American Leak Detection will be offering customers the revolutionary ACE DuraFlo ePipe as another efficient, non-destructive option for repairing leaks in pressurized plumbing lines.
ACE DuraFlo ePIPE is a permanent, safe solution for potable water systems that utilizes only pipe lining and coating materials that have been approved by the NSF and are UPC listed for safe use and consumption. The ACE DuraFlo ePIPE system is a three step process that involves air drying the piping system using preheated, filtered air, deep cleaning the pipes with an air and abrasive mixture and finally applying the copper pipe lining epoxy coating lining which seals and protects the piping from future corrosion. Once your pipe system has been restored by ACE DuraFlo ePIPE your system will no longer leach lead or copper contaminants, providing you with clean, safe drinking water.
As the premier leak detection specialists, American Leak Detection-Dallas/Fort Worth provides a myriad of professional plumbing services and installations in addition to leak detection and repair; including tankless water heaters, water softeners, garbage disposals, kitchen faucets, septic tanks, vent stacks, hot water circulating pumps and more. Additionally, pool remodeling/replastering services provided include colored plaster, crystal stone exposed pebble finish, waterfalls, weeping walls, flagstone, waterline tile and more.
As the Original Leak Detection Specialists™, American Leak Detection prides itself on providing the highest level of customer satisfaction, quality of work and competitive pricing.
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