How Much Equipment You Need on the Construction Job Depends…On Your Needs

June 1, 2023

Nick Kline addresses a customer’s concern about why Polygon, despite having fewer equipment than their competitors, can still deliver satisfactory results. The customer, Kevin, questions the impact of having less equipment on the effectiveness and price of Polygon’s services. Nick explains that Polygon takes a customized approach by considering the customer’s specific requirements, such as the building, construction stage, and timeline. Instead of relying on generic rules or past projects, Polygon designs their solutions tailored to meet the customer’s needs precisely. This personalized approach may result in either fewer or more equipment than competitors, but the key advantage lies in the equipment being specifically optimized for the customer’s project. This ensures that the equipment provided will neither be excessive nor inadequate for the job at hand.

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