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Why we include follow-up inspections once our projects are complete.

As a company specialising in concrete repair and waterproof coating projects, we understand the importance of providing follow-up inspections for our clients on our completed work. Not only does it showcase our commitment to quality, but it is also a crucial part of our due diligence.

Carrying out a follow-up inspection 6 - 12 months after completion allows us to assess the durability of our work and the effectiveness of the waterproof coating. This step ensures that our clients' investment is protected, and the repairs continue to meet the high standards that we committed to at the quoting stage.

In addition to protecting our clients' investment, follow-up inspections also help us address any issues that may have arisen since the project's completion. By catching and addressing these issues early on, we can avoid more significant problems and prevent the need for costly repairs in the future.

Furthermore, including follow-up inspections in our service maintains the validity of any warranties we offer. By meeting the warranty's requirements and providing regular inspections, our clients can rest assured that they are covered in case of any unforeseen issues.

Overall, we see follow-up inspections as an essential part of our service and due diligence. It allows us to maintain our high standards and ensure that our clients receive the best possible results from our concrete repair and waterproof coating projects.

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