What are Job Checks?
Have you ever bought furniture that was too big for your home? Or clothes that were too small for your baby? In these situations, it might’ve been beneficial to have some extra verification or to have a second set of eyes on your project. Job checks are a tool that we use at Lodi to set proper expectations, ensure accuracy, and inform customers about concerns regarding their purchase. In this post, we’ll go over why they’re beneficial, and how to prepare for your next job check.
Job Checks: What’s it to You?
When you get a job check, the person performing the check should be looking at opening heights, any obstructions, and power outlet placement. If you already had a door, we’ll also check for any potential damage to necessary pieces of the configuration. (As it turns out, we aren’t sizing you up for a late night robbery). We do this to ensure that the whole process, from quoting to the actual install, is able to be done without caveats. To perform a job check equates to saving time, money, and plenty Tylenol for both parties.
How Can You Prepare?
In order to prepare for a job check, a few of the things we’ve recognized with high regards are:
- What times and dates are you available?
- Do you have any questions about the process?
- Are there any samples that you’d like us to bring?
- Are there any obstructions or limited access to the door?
In conclusion, being able to answer these 4 questions helps us to get you what you want, faster. At Lodi, we work with an “only satisfied customers” mentality, and our main priority is to get you to the good stuff. For any of your needs, give us a call at (602)-269-0888. Have an awesome week.