At REDI, one of the benefits we provide to our clients is free engineering consultations. The consultation allows us to gain an understanding of your project and your goals. This is a benefit we are proud to offer, as it demonstrates our commitment to a high level of customer service.
Here are just a few reasons why you should only work with companies that provide these free consultations:
It gives you a chance to meet the engineers before any work is done: Being able to sit down and meet with the engineers before they actually take on your project is an important benefit of these consultations. You want to be sure that they have the expertise needed to get the job done, that they are trustworthy and legitimate, and that they are committed to providing you with outstanding customer service. It also gives you a chance to evaluate us before work begins.
It lets you know if the engineer will be able to do the work to your specifications: Engineering jobs can be time-consuming and expensive, so the last thing you want is to wait until the project is finished before you actually find out whether the engineering company was even capable of delivering what you wanted. Taking the time to sit down and meet with the engineers in a consultation will save you a great deal of time and money if it turns out they are not the right choice for the job. It pays to do your due diligence when selecting an engineer for your project.
It helps you determine if a long-term working relationship is a good idea: Typically, if a company is going to hire out an engineering company for a project, they’re going to be at least considering a long-term arrangement. If this is the case for your company, you should take every step necessary to get to know the engineers and the company you’re working with to determine if a long-term working relationship is in your best interests.
These are just a few of the main reasons why you should make free consultations a priority in your engineering search. To schedule your free initial consultation, contact us today at REDI Engineering.