With the aim of providing construction quality assurance, Protan has developed several new facilities to enhance its on-site roofing installation inspection regimes.
The company, which produces single ply PVC construction materials and roofing membranes, now provides a detailed report, plus support material and images, within minutes of completing an inspection.
It does not limit the number of inspections; it undertakes as many as each individual job requires, depending on the support required, the contractor expertise and the complexity of the job itself.
Using mobile technology, Protan can complete the report and send it to its customer, almost as soon as the inspection is completed.
This ensures any potential issues are addressed before they turn into problems, providing quality assurance and peace of mind.
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