Any time you're a professional in any kind of field, it’s likely that you needed to obtain training and a degree, experience and fieldwork. There are all kinds of terminology and nuances that you’ve become familiar with, which has made you qualified to work in that particular area. This is true of any occupation, really, and in our day-to-day work, we often criss-cross paths with experts in other fields. When they start explaining certain things to us in their jargon or lingo, it’s easy to feel a little out of our element because we just don’t have the same knowledge base that they do. This is often the case when business owners are seeking out a flameproofing company to perform services at their location. Without knowing the lingo, it’s hard to feel confident that you know what’s going on.
Today’s post will give you an inside scoop into some of the flameproofing lingo, an insider’s cheat sheet, to help you know what to expect when you hire a flameproofing company.