How to turn the insect screen net replacement in a quick source of earning, thanks to a simple mysterious screw…
Today’s article was written after a conversation I had yesterday with a window manufacturer named Francesco. I find out that talking to experts in this field is the best way to get ideas for this blog and to receive suggestions.
Francesco told me that he’s tired.
He’s tired of the fact that the repairs of an insect screen are very often a bloodbath which brings only problems, loss of money and endless bad impressions.
He’s tired of having to wait days and days, even weeks before his suppliers set the repairing dates for the insect screens.
He’s tired of the fact that Mrs. Maria reminds him every 5 minutes to bring back her insect screen. Also because the bad luck is chasing us: the customer’s pain in the neck is the fact that the product always breaks during season, when the mosquitoes are always ready to feast on our skin.
He’s tired of having to go to the client’s house, remove all profiles, trying to make a clean and precise work because you are always supervised by the owner’s eye… who obviously doesn’t trust a professional as Francesco.
Have you ever had this feeling? I guess you understand what I’m talking about!
Particularly he is tired of the fact that because of all these, he often loses the opportunity with the end customer; it’s not even his fault for losing the chance to do :
- future sales to customer’s house
- have good reviews to be published on facebook
- losing the opportunity to have a word-of-mouth advertising
That’s what Imeant to say: losing a customer and all the potential ones who can come thanks to the stories told by those satisfied is always the best advertising you can have, considering that it’s free and comes from your work, as a professional!
Then let’s be clear: for sure upsetting a client because of an insect screen is something embarrassing! A product that should be a support to your good sale of frames or other products instead of causing you problems…
And this situation is quite surreal, is it?
The problems caused by the insect screens replacement to other products
It may happen that an insect screen is broken for various reasons. Due to a previous installation which was not done in a workmanlike manner by someone else. Due to wear caused by time. Due to a factory mistake or to a careless person who ends up breaking everything inside…
Or even because of pets…
Reflecting in a simple way as we are about to make the famous “penny pinch”, let’s see why the non-specialized supplier not only will cause you problems as described above, but it will also make you lose a great amount of money!
If you replace an insect screen net, normally these are the steps you must follow:
- leave your workplace (or your laboring) to go to the customer’s house -> money spent on gas and your time
- infinite time to disassemble the insect screen, from profiles to plastic accessories, up to the net -> money spent for your time
- go back to your workplace -> more money spent on gas
- call / send an email to supplier to provide the product change -> more time spent
- waiting for the insect screen to be taken by supplier, repaired, and returned -> customer who calls you, and needs you to reassure him regarding waiting times
- the insect screen arrives, and you need to go again to the customer’s house -> more money for gas, time, and assembly
- repaired product installation…
An endless vortex, right? Hoping that everything goes well, and your supplier quickly returns the repaired insect screen, especially during season!
How to cut costs and increase gains thanks to the insect screen replacement
Qualification, this is the secret of profit. Besides a magical screw that allows you to reduce the repair costs, you maintain the same price for your customer.
If you sell another insect screen, I’m sorry, but you will not find solutions. If instead you are a professional SHARKNET pleated insect screens seller, read carefully what I’m about to suggest you.
Did you know that the SHARKNET insect screen net can be easily removed from the aluminum structure? Well, yes! We designed everything to replace the cloth easily, fast and convenient directly at your customer’s house!
Here’s how it’s done:
First you have to use the long screw (you can find it in the supplied accessories) and insert it into the hole you see at the bottom of the net kit. Besides rotating the screw, you must also push it a bit; you will see that the net pack will be removed from the aluminum profile.
Now remove the magnet holder profile, by using a screwdriver to remove it from the top; never force it from the side! Precisely positioned on the top, where the aluminum color profile begins, and then by forcing it, the profile will be removed. Now extract the adjusters (the plastic accessories used to adjust the threads) both from the top and bottom.
Well, you just make a small replacement net kit stock which you can cut to size and use to replace the previous one directly to Ms. Maria’s house, after finishing the above operation!
So with only one visit you can change the insect screen by saying:
NO to time and money loss due to many visits to the customer’s house
NO to disassemble the whole aluminum and plastic structure of other insect screens
NO to long waiting times, especially during season, until your supplier fixes and returns (with additional charges) the insect screen to be installed in your customer’s new house.
Unlike all other non-specialized suppliers, we analyze the pleated insect screen just to make you earn more and, always where you have so many problems with other products
Therefore, with a small net kit stock you can prevent losing a lot of money and time and you can make your customers happy, since the cloth is replaced during your first visit to Ms. Maria’s house?
Imagine how happy she could be and what a good publicity she could make after seeing that you’ve solved the problem fast, without leaving her without an insect screen, especially when there are lots of mosquitoes! Is your drawer fuller since you can keep the same price but with lower costs?