29 Jun Why Cheapest Isn’t Always Best
Here at, we pride ourselves on unbeatable prices with the highest quality and great customer care. We provide thorough research before supplying a quote to guarantee we provide quality materials and services at the best prices.
We all want the best value for money, but when it comes to metal fabrication, especially large-scale construction projects, the lowest bid doesn’t necessarily always provide the best value.
The lowest bid is often a result of a bidder’s mistake – scope items may have been missed, complexities may be underestimated or, worse case, craftsmanship may be undervalued. Any or all of these issues can lead estimators down a slippery slope.
Ultimately – and particularly when quality is at stake – the lowest bid almost always leads to other hidden costs that present themselves when it is too late to change.
Price quotes can vary for a multitude of reasons, and so can a company’s experience. When it comes to metal fabrication, and especially large-scale projects, you want the most qualified company for the job. A lesser-experienced company will often present a lower bid, and that inexperience is often reflected in lower-quality materials, shoddy workmanship, safety oversights and ultimately in the final project.
When it comes to choosing the one metal fabrication company that best suits your needs, there are five main factors to consider:
- Customer Service