Commercial sinks should be installed by trained technicians and professionals. Even residential sinks have some crazy components to them and therefore must be handled only by the professionals. But from a commercial end of things, the sheer size of a sink lets you know an expert must be entrusted with the work. But how is a specialist chosen?
Look specifically for a commercial sinks specialist with tons of experience outside of commercial sinks too. This should be one of many facets of the company’s business, in case another commercial need arises and you must replace a tub or a toilet in the near future. So the company should be schooled in picking out and installing bathroom vanities and sinks, water efficient toilets, commercial toilets, modern toilets, and walk in bath tubs too.
Pick an expert in commercial sinks who practices exactly how he preaches too. A website run by this professional or company gives a clear picture of the philosophy that the provider has about doing business. Ensure customers agree that the provider lives up to his ideals of offering excellent customer service, top notch products and reasonable prices for customers. Otherwise, you are relying on someone writing or verbalizing whatever he wants to say about his business. Ensure it is backed up by people who have used his business before.
Choose a specialist in commercial sinks who can show you past work too. It is one thing to have past clients tell you directly about their experiences or read about these experiences yourself online. It is very different to have a commercial sinks specialist show you before and after pictures of the work he has done. Look at pictures on the specialist’s website, or ask for them during an in person visit or consultation. What you see will drive it all home for you, letting you know what this trained specialist actually can do for your space.
You may find yourself feeling overwhelmed by all of this, but take a step back and realize just how difficult it would be had you not conducted any sort of research on commercial sinks and the people installing them. This would be much more dangerous and ultimately time consuming than carving out some time to set aside for researching these businesses and experts. The time it takes in the greater scheme of things is probably less that the time it will take to actually install the sink.