We meet strangers every day. Whether at work or at a café, on the road or while at some social gathering, meeting people is a natural act and there is absolutely no threat unless there is some alarming rise in crime in Knoxville. Meeting strangers or even talking to them and allowing strangers in your home are two completely different things. You can meet, talk and even go out with a stranger for a date, but can you allow a stranger in your home without truly knowing who he or she is.
Millions of Americans have to deal with such strangers, from the plumbers to the electricians, technicians for the installation, maintenance, servicing or repairs of the home appliances to flooring experts, roofers and the carpet cleaners among others. You may be at home or you could be off for work. You may have no one in your home or you may have a family member, friend or relative. Whatever is the exact scenario, you need to know for certain that the technician or professional having access to your home is not a threat to you or your property in any way.
You cannot help but hire a professional or technician when you need a particular service. You cannot have a malfunctioning heating or cooling system. You cannot have a water heater gone kaput. You need to repair your home appliances as soon as they get damaged. You need to upgrade your insulation, get your plumbing fixtures repaired or perhaps replaced and every other task that requires an expert will need you to hire a professional and he or she must be allowed access to your home.
Now, what are the potential risks? Let us put aside the possibility of a stranger being a serial killer. The stranger could very well be a thief or burglar. Depending on the scenario at home, the stranger could take advantage of disabled people, children and women. Even men aren’t exactly safe if the stranger has some vicious intention. From stealing all your possessions to causing personal harm, there can be numerous risks and the fallouts are never desirable.
What can you do to remedy the problem? You cannot stop everyone from having access to your house. Then you would have to master all the repairing, installation and maintenance skills yourself. Also, you cannot live in relative isolation. The only way to ensure that you are safe in your own home is to hire professionals that have a credible entity vouching for their reliability.
Technician Seal of Safety
Just as a locksmith asks you to change your locks or keys after you have shared them with your neighbors, friends or technicians who have had access to your home, you must look for the Technician Seal of Safety before hiring a technician.
The Technician Seal of Safety ensures three elements. First, the stranger professional who walks into your home will have his or her background checked and verified. The company that sends the technician knows everything there is to know about the person. Second, the stranger is well trained and is proven to be an expert in the job. Beyond the risks to personal safety, you also need to ensure that an unskilled person doesn’t walk in and damage your appliances or your home. You need someone with impeccable expertise. That can only happen if the technician is well trained and experienced. You can rest assured in this regard if you have the pro sporting the Technician Seal of Safety. Third, the badge assures you that the professional has been tested for drugs and other substances. Many a time, it is not the intention of strangers to cause harm but they inflict harm due to being under the influence of drugs and other substances. Hence, drug testing and background checking work together to assure you and the training along with proven expertise assure great service.
Trust, Reliability & Safety
No matter what kind of plumbing or drainage service, installation or repairing services, maintenance or replacement that you need, you must be able to trust that a company will deliver the solution. You must be able to rely on the professional technician that the job would be done as promised. You also need to know for sure that you, family members, anyone at home and your possessions including the property itself, must be unharmed and should not have to compromise on safety at any level. You should be able to trust a company and its technicians without an iota of doubt.
That is what you are assured with the Technician Seal of Safety. There is no better way of being assured or reassured that you would not get poor service, an unchecked or untrained plumber walking into your home and that you would get the most impeccable service.
It is our goal to provide the most innovative and highest quality plumbing services, providing peace of mind for you as our client and us as professionals, while we exceed your expectations of customer service.