So which is it? Double-purified water or triple-purified water?
Even small inconsistencies can hurt your reputation.
And customers will notice. Chaz French did. Thanks for the photo, Chaz.
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It is crucial to be consistent, at the best, all the time.
This is something we take seriously, especially when training new employees or franchise owners (College Pro painters / Window cleaners) Consistency on the job, reporting and managing lead to better results.
I can’t stress such importance, especially in the service industry (Pointing at you too restaurant owners). A good and consistent experience often leads to repeat sales. Since it is cheaper to sell more to your current customers, this strategy should be high on your list.