"We did a lot of research prior to purchasing a lining system... I honestly believe it’s the best product on the market." - Mike Kolakovic
"We can re-line through a 4-inch cast iron clean out, a Y in a 45 and go right to the city main with zero digging, no breaking up the floor." - Jim, Levine & Sons
"You can have the liner in and cook 45 minutes. You’re in and out. You know, ambient, could be three to four hours." - George Intile
"I just really liked the complete package that you get with Formadrain. I like the fact that we can rehab larger diameters. So basically we do small to large diameter pipe." - Reg Mulligan
The FORMADRAIN System is a steam-cured fiberglass and epoxy liner that is pulled-in-place or pushed-in-place through existing pipes, meaning it can be used to repair underground pipes without any digging. It can repair lateral lines, Lateral-Main-Connections®, spots and process piping.
No Need to Prep
The Formadrain System now has Durapox and can prepare and ship liners directly to you.
The Formadrain System utilizes efficient, easy-to-use technology and powerful equipment that no other pipe repair solution can match.
Case Studies and Testimonials
Plumbers across North American have used the Formadrain System to repair pipes while increasing their profits.
What plumbers say…
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