As we think about making this change to a liquids approach, it really begs the question, “Why aren't more clients requesting liquids?” In this post, Phill Sexton with WIT Advisers goes over how you can make your clients aware of the liquid brine solution.
Making Customers Aware of Liquid Brine
From our experience what it boils down to is that it's an awareness issue. The benefits are clear. It saves...
So how do we do that? I think first and foremost it's a case of trying to convince ourselves that there's confidence in how this works, and then bringing those benefits/results to the client.
What are the two things that inspire change?
So that pain exists and ensuring that customers are aware that there is an alternative that there's a different methodology for achieving the same result; there in-lies the solution.
I hope this article has helped you understand how you can introduce the liquid brine approach to your clients. To shop our variety of liquid brine sprayers, visit our website. If you have any questions, feel free to comment below and we'll get back to you.
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Why is Using Liquid Brine Important? [1 of 10]
Environmental Benefits of Liquid Brine [2 of 10]
Economical Benefits of Liquid Brine [3 of 10]
Level of Service Benefits of Liquid Brine [4 of 10]
Rock Salt vs Liquid Brine [5 of 10]
Preventing the Bond of Snow & Ice with Liquid Brine [6 of 10]
What are the Barriers of Switching to Liquid Brine Deicing? [7 of 10]
Why Aren't More Clients Asking for a Liquids Approach? [8 of 10]
How do we Make the Change to Liquids? [9 of 10]
Liquid Brine Spraying Techniques [10 of 10]