VMI – Vendor Managed Inventory – Is It Right For Your Business?

VMI – Vendor Managed Inventory – Is It Right For Your Business?

“A supplier approached me to sign up for their vendor managed inventory control program. They are telling me it will save me a lot of money by letting them determine the quantities I need from month to month. I won’t have a lot of money tied up in inventory as I pay for it when […]

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Troy Huggard

Troy Huggard

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Plumbing Brothers

Plumbing Brothers

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Kevin Davis

Kevin Davis

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Confused Between Lining & Coating?

Confused Between Lining & Coating?

“We lined several vent stacks and have had a few of them leak. We used the CIPP method sold to us using a “gapping method” that they told me would work well for fixing in plumbing stacks. We thought that the lining process would seal the old pipe and prevent leaking. Now I read that […]

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Bad Practices – Giving the CIPP Industry a Bad Rep!

Bad Practices – Giving the CIPP Industry a Bad Rep!

Picking the right installer is KEY!! Make sure your installer is doing the best practices. I saw an article in one of the trade publications featuring a contractor and his business that included CIPP lateral lining. While going through the article I saw a picture of their wet out operation. They laid out their liner […]

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Curing CIPP Liners at too High a Pressure

Curing CIPP Liners at too High a Pressure

“I cure my liners at 20psi but one of your sales trainers told me I’m curing it at too high a pressure. I don’t think I have a problem and my liners look good after I’m finished. If I don’t cure at that pressure won’t my liner shrink and not adhere to the pipe wall?” […]

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Transient Loads – What You Need To Know

Transient Loads – What You Need To Know

We’ve discussed the reason our lateral lining system is suitable for gravity sewer lines and not meant for pressure pipe nor potable water lines. We haven’t explored the reasons for not applying a gravity pipe to pressure systems, so I thought we’d explore the reasons today. In pressure pipe systems, we’re looking at pumps that […]

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What’s the Right Sized Vehicle For Me?

What’s the Right Sized Vehicle For Me?

“ I work in a large metropolitan area. I’ve been exploring adding lateral sewer lining to my business but many suppliers want me to buy their equipment housed in a 20’ trailer and while it looks very efficient with everything organized inside, it’s too big to pull through the streets of Philadelphia where I perform […]

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