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Saving Customers Money in Less Economic Times

Saving Customers Money in Less Economic Times

SAVING CUSTOMERS MONEY IN LESS ECONOMIC TIMES

It is a misconception that inspection companies like to charge top dollar for inspections; it is rather the opposite.  Most inspection companies would like to provide the customer with “THE MOST BANG FOR THE BUCK”.  By doing this, there is an opportunity to build a trusting relationship between the two companies.  It is imperative that the customer knows that the inspection company is looking out for their best interests so to establish a long-lasting business and service relations.  Customer retention is built on good service, trust and mutual win/win.

Red Engineering has built a strong customer base over the years, following this simple business model:                “GIVE THE BEST POSSIBLE SERVICE AT A REASONABLE RATE”.

 

This is especially true under the less than profitable circumstances Alberta has been experiencing over the last while .....and maybe for some time to come.

Here are some valuable tips for customers on saving money on inspections.

  • Having equipment ready for inspection- operational/ set-up
  • having operator able to override equipment if needed for inspection
  • equipment clean/ degreased in structural areas
  • in winter time/ inside if possible- to save time chipping ice, removing snow
  • Having welder on stand-by if repairs are needed
  • Customer and inspection company working together to get job done efficiently as possible
  • Choosing an inspection company with proper safety credentials/ limit costly incidents  
  • Choosing an inspection company with branches in numerous locations/ preventing costly travel

Wishing all the best luck in years to come, thank you. 

Shan Switzer
Edmonton inspections Manager
CGSB LEVEL II MT, CWB LEVEL I CSA W47.1/W59
Safety coordinator GSC
780-466-9494

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