New Orleans Smart Home Buying Strategy saves Time and Money

Mar 10

New Orleans Smart Home Buying Strategy saves Time and Money

New Orleans is a city with many awe-inspiring homes from historic Esplanade Ridge to Gentilly with its landscaping of trees and exquisite and spacious yards. The residents here were met with vast destruction during Hurricane Katrina. However, the city at- large has been adept at rebuilding and in doing so, has also acquired more skillful preparedness when it comes to...

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Louisiana True Grit in Deluge, Sewer Overflows, and Homeowner Policy Changes

Aug 25

Louisiana True Grit in Deluge, Sewer Overflows, and Homeowner Policy Changes

Our condolences to the State of Louisiana after the wide-reaching flood catastrophe which affected many residents of the state. It’s been a month of loss and yet again, going into re-build mode. Perma-Liner Industries offers our support to all affected by the floods and would like you to reach out to us if we can be of service to you in reestablishing the stability...

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New Orleans Permanent Canal Closures and New Pump Stations

May 19

New Orleans Permanent Canal Closures and New Pump Stations

When Hurricane Katrina occurred, it pushed water from Lake Pontchartrain into New Orleans’ three major drainage canal, putting pressure on floodwall-topped levees which failed to withstand the load of the water. The rise of lake water caused the failure in two places of I-walls along the city’s London Avenue Canal and moved by some 35 feet a floodwall on the 17th...

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A New Orleans Neighborhood: Bewildered by Sewer Setback

Apr 12

A New Orleans Neighborhood: Bewildered by Sewer Setback

Residents of New Orleans living in the neighborhood of Prytania St. have been no stranger to unceasing construction.  A project that is part of the Southeast Louisiana drainage initiative has been far more extensive than originally planned. To be specific, two years more extensive.  Concerned residents have conducted a meeting with a spokesperson from the New...

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Ascension Parish and the Coastal Flood Advisory

Mar 11

Ascension Parish and the Coastal Flood Advisory

Areas of Louisiana have been experiencing torrential rain and coastal flooding.  More than 20 inches of rain fell in the hardest-hit places. Major flooding caused a state of emergency for the entire state and sent the National Guard to help with water rescues. Schools were closed in Ascension Parish and pumps were up and running in an effort to keep the water from...

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New Orleans Storm Water Demo for Students

Dec 22

New Orleans Storm Water Demo for Students

The Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans offers a storm water demonstration called Enviroscape.  This is an educational tool for students to gain awareness about the local environmental issues and how storm water can affect the community.  The demonstrations are free of charge and include a presentation for approximately 30 minutes for a group size of 15...

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