Subject: Letter to our Customers
purchase of a new sweeper is the easy part of the sweeping business. The
hard part is maintaining your sweeper. In order to do this, you need to
do the following:
your sweeper clean. A regular pressure washing improves your business
image. A clean truck and sweeper show clients that you respect your
equipment and will give them the impression that you will do the same
for their parking lot. It also prevents breakdowns later. If necessary,
paint your sweeper after three years.
Keep maintenance records and follow recommended maintenance timelines.
Your sweeper will not last forever. To preserve its value in the event
you may want to trade it in for a new one, take care of it and keep
Know your sweeper. You must know what your sweeper can pick up and what
it cannot. Don't try to take on a job that your sweeper is not designed
for. This damages your sweeper over the long haul.
your sweeper is showing signs of fatigue, start planning for a new one.
Shop for the best financing available. If you don't have good credit
you may not be able to get the rate you want, but there are options
out there. Call our sales department for details.
that maintenance is the key to success.
The Masco Sweepers Team