A new installment for our ongoing video series is out. The latest production, “How to Pick the Best Floor Marking Tape for Your Facility,” is all about helping our clients find the best floor tape solution for their company and delves into our case study program.
We offer assistance in conducting case studies to determine which floor tape is best for your facility. Case studies offer objective protocols for determining answers to questions about cost, durability and maintenance. These combined factors can give a business a good look at the “real” cost of each product tested. In addition to the up-front costs, floor-tape buyers should also consider the time it takes to apply tape; the cost for installation; maintenance cost; overall product durability; and cost for replacement or repairs. A case study typically lasts a few weeks or months. This gives a company a realistic look at the cost to purchase, install and maintain the floor tape over a period of time. Sometimes the tape that initially appears to be the most inexpensive, can end up being the most expensive. A case study can help figure this out.
Doing your own floor tape testing is important and this video offers some simple guidelines to follow. We offer a great sample box to get you started. If interested in a sample box, give us a call at 1-866-284-1541.
If you’re interested in a more detailed product testing or case study, we offer products for testing and person-to-person assistance in application, design and observation and maintenance logs. You can apply for participation in our case study projects by emailing us at email@example.com.
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Enjoy the video and call or email us if you have any questions or want us to help with your case study.
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