Quality

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There are many hundreds, even thousands of do-it-yourself gurus out there. Me being one of them, sometimes it is very tough to force yourself to pay for something you are sure you can do. Usually, when I break down and pay for a service I am mighty glad I did when I see what the job actually entailed or what special tools were required that I did not own etc…

Sometimes, however, you end up regretting that you didn’t do it yourself. Check out this story on why it is so important to hire someone in some cases, and so vitally important to make sure that you hire the right company for the job.

http://www.switched.com/2008/03/31/circuit-city-botches-gps-install-12k-in-damages-wont-pay-up/

I am sure the owner of this vehicle wishes he had that decision back.

Team TSI is a high quality fleet vehicle installer with 13 years of experience and we don’t let just anyone touch your vehicle. Don’t you want that kind of piece of mind before you have the job done? I know I do.

Friday, 30 September 2011 19:27

Quality is not a given in this world any longer.

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It is still surprising to me that the older I get, the more people could care less. Maybe people are just tired and worn out from years of being beaten down and all they want to do is get the job done and go home. That must be the case because it seems to me that quality is out the window.

As one of the leading GPS fleet installation companies, we deal with other installation companies all of the time. Usually we deal with them in the case of having to repair a unit that was not done correctly the first time or if the unit was tampered with by the driver. 9 times out of 10 if we were not the original installer there is a mess to clean up. Why? Is it so difficult to take the extra time and do a quality job?

It should not matter what job you are doing, quality and pride in your work should be the utmost concern. It is part of the legacy you are leaving behind you. Even if the guy or gal following you is not going to know you, do you want to leave a bad taste in someone else’s mouth? I don’t. In a world where quality is fleeting and so is control, this is one area where you can be in charge. Do your work to the best of your abilities and no shortcuts to quality. That is Team TSI’s policy.

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