March 1, 2012Tradies need to be ready for unusual requests
As a tradie looking to take on as much work as possible, build strong business relationships and generate positive word of mouth about their services – it is important to be able to meet any customer request.
Whether you are a builder, plumber, painter or landscape gardener, you will no doubt have your specialised areas of expertise and types of jobs that you are most experienced in.
However, what happens when a client has an unusual demand or a project you have already started takes an unexpected turn?
The contract and your future payment might depend on your ability to adapt to the challenge, which is where specific equipment for hire is likely to come in handy.
Perhaps you need to reach a working area above ground with a sturdy ladder, trestle or even a manlift for outdoor access to high places. It could also be worth keeping in mind that you can hire a roof harness kit for tasks performed on hazardous surfaces.
Ordinarily, you might not use scaffolding on your average minor job – but for a more complicated project there is a chance this measure will become essential.View more from - Trade Industry News