Site surveys are always worth performing whether you think you need one or not

27th Mar 2015

We see some odd things on our travels but we reckon that this proves that our pedantic approach to site surveys is the right one. Clearly had this site been surveyed prior to this behemoth being delivered then they wouldn’t have needed to cut a hole in the roof.

machine installation required cutting a hole in the roof

We spend a lot of time with our customers before we deliver anything and it means that they get exactly the equipment they need and it is appropriate for their premises and operations. You’ll always be able to find something  cheap on the internet but it may cost you a lot more in the long run.

It costs nothing to talk to us and we might be able to save you a lot of money…

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