Contractor-Turned-Lining-Master Explains Dig-and-Replace Tool of Choice

Charles Menkhaus was dealing with declining business when he decided to make the significant investment to get into cured-in-place pipe lining. It was a move that would pay big dividends and ultimately help his business grow once again.

As owner of C.M.E. Services in Cincinnati, Ohio, Menkhaus had spent 10 years repairing and replacing pipes for local plumbers and builders, and he knew his customers were looking for alternatives to digging and replacing pipes.

Tune it to see what tool C.M.E. relies on for its toughest lining jobs. 

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Video by Mark Lyons.


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