It's hard to find a company you can trust when it comes to in depth work required for your home... but it doesn't have to be! We live in a time where the internet is thriving, and a quick Google search can provide us with virtually everything – the good and the bad.
It is important for companies to remain a step ahead of the rest. One way companies to achieve this is to become a Better Business Bureau (BBB) accredited member.
While some people feel that BBB accreditation has become obsolete, nearly 8 million consumers per month consult the BBB for help in the decision-making process before purchasing any kind of product or service, both large and small.
A rigid application process must be followed before accreditation is given. Companies applying for accreditation must be registered with their Secretary of State, possess necessary licensure, be free of recurrent complaints or government actions – including unanswered/unresolved complaints with the BBB, and have been in operation for more than one year.
A company that becomes BBB accredited has sworn to:
- Build trust with consumers
- Advertise honestly to the public
- Honor promises to clients new and ongoing
- Be transparent in all matters
- Resolve any customer complaints
Accreditation through the BBB is entirely voluntary, so there are companies that have not undergone the strict process and review to obtain that well-known seal for their windows or the front page of a website. But if you're the sort who wants to make sure the company you're choosing to take on intricate work for your home is legit and dependable, it will help to choose one that is BBB accredited.
On Time Electrical proudly displays this seal: you can rest assured that the work you have done for your home, be it simple maintenance or an in-depth rewiring process, will be completed properly by a company you can trust.
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