(PRWEB) October 24, 2011
“We feel a close kinship to the Oakland Raiders,” says Michael Lien, company CFO. “Much like our tagline, “breaking tradition”, both the Raiders and TRIC Trenchless have had a long history of out-of-the box thinking.” TRIC sympathizes with the Raiders and wishes to celebrate the life of Al Davis, his transformation of the NFL, his advent of the deep forward pass, and his “Commitment to Excellence”. TRIC, lost one of its visionary founders, Bob Carter, in 2005. The company continues to push forward his company under the tutelage of his son, Robert Ward Carter.
“Our Vendors, clients and associates are Raider fans,” Lien continued. TRIC Tool’s pipe-bursting equipment were the first pipe replacement tools to navigate around bends, have minimal excavation, and to enable contractors to replace a homeowner’s lateral that connects to the city main. These hydraulic cable pulling rams, have long been Silver and Black, compact, and cutting edge with a Commitment to Engineering Excellence. With that in mind, TRIC looks forward to continuing its Design Excellence at its new home, 1350 S. Loop Road, in Alameda, California just down the road from the Raiders.
TRIC’s tools have provided a new source of revenue for many sewer and plumbing companies. In addition they’ve saved many homeowners from spending much more money to dig up their tennis courts, expensive landscapes, driveways and other obstacles in order to repair the underground utility pipelines. Pipeline contractors have worked in the trenches tirelessly every day. With the advent of these tools, contractors’ back breaking work has become a lot easier to perform.
To learn more about TRIC or the trenchless industry please call 888-883-8742 or go to their website at http://www.trictrenchless.com.
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