Ready to invest in an SPF rig or trailer? Make sure you’ve thought of everything so you can feel confident in your investment.
I’ve laid out a few last-minute considerations you can review to ensure you’re ready to buy! Take a quick look and contact our insulation experts today with any questions you may have. We want to help you make the best decision for your business, budget and type of jobs you’ll be performing!
Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before Buying/Building Your Rig
Does your supplier have a local branch to support you?
Having local support and expertise available can be incredibly important when it comes to troubleshooting equipment failures, replacing parts, or just stocking up on necessary products and materials. Do you have somewhere you can get your PPE, spare parts, chemicals, solvents, etc?
Choose a local insulation supplier who carries a wide breadth of products and can provide you with fast deliveries to your job site.
Does your rig supplier have technical support?
Downtime on a job means no money. So, it’s imperative to have a supplier with techs strategically placed across the country to help you when problems do arise. Avoid missed deadlines by having fast, reliable support for every minor issue and large-scale replacement.
It’s also equally important to have a local supplier who can provide on-call expertise, either over the phone or in-person. You’ll save time, money, and resources by having an expert on your side to help you move past any issues fast to avoid costly downtime and missed deadlines.
Will you get training?
Training can make a world of a difference when it comes to project quality and the longevity of your rig. So, make sure to ask your rig supplier what training will look like for you and your crew. Ask yourself these important questions:
- Do they offer training when you purchase the rig?
- Does your rig supplier offer training before you purchase the rig?
- What about support after you purchase the rig?
How IDI Can Support You Before & After Your Rig Purchase
Choose a supplier who is with you for the long haul, not just the rig sale. Choose someone who will support you and wants to see your business grow!
At IDI, we offer top-notch training sessions for you and your crew when you purchase your spray foam rig. After you purchase a rig, we’ll send an SPF technician out to your location or job site to get you comfortable with your equipment and confident in your spraying capabilities.
We also have trainings throughout the year where you can come in and get information on how to save money and keep your business profitable!
Last but not least, at IDI, we value our customers and focus on the long-term relationship. We continue to support you and help your business grow from year to year with industry best-practice trainings, on-call support and a leading supply of insulation materials and equipment. Our goal is to help you and your crew get the best yields and grow your business capabilities so you can take on more work!
Invest in the Best Rig or Trailer for Your Business
Before you choose your rig:
Learn more about our custom or basic spray foam rigs and use our experts as your guide in this investment. Contact your local IDI experts to discuss options, and work with our team to understand which rig is best for your business!
By: Ken Allison, Director of Business Development
Ken specializes in business development and building science. You can find him at any of our training events around the country helping local contractors grow their business. Contact your local rep about the next training event near you to hear Ken’s advice first-hand.
Read the Full Series:
Read our full rig series to determine what type of rig you should invest in to get the most ROI. Learn about the important factors that should go into your rig purchase decision — and how they could affect your rig’s performance on the job … and your profitability!
- Introducing Our Mini-Series (what you should know about owning a spray foam rig)
- Important SPF Rig Weight & Capacity Considerations
- How to Choose the Right Air Filtration System
- Air Pressure & Volume — Is Your Equipment Sized for Optimal Performance?
- Choosing SPF Equipment With the Best ROI
- Choosing Power and Auxiliary Equipment
- Other Cost-Saving Considerations