1. Customer service skills
Being a great mechanic involves more than identifying problems, repairing or replacing worn parts, and knowing the difference between the camshaft and crankshaft.
A great mechanic has got to be able to deliver exceptional customer service. After all, people invest a lot of money in their cars, trucks, tractors and other equipment, and they want to work with a mechanic who can put them at ease; they want to work with someone they can trust.
Dealing with electrical apparatuses can
be dangerous for an electrician, as well as for employees. In order to
ensure the safety of not only people, but also animals and buildings, it
is important to properly maintain electrical equipment. Here are a
couple of ways you can help ensure the safety of your electrician and
employees, which leads to a very happy electrician.
Winter is just around the corner,
and the first hard freeze is expected tonight. Be sure to check the
radiators in all of your vehicles and equipment that have radiators. You
can use a simple tester that you can purchase at your local auto parts
store. Make sure the radiators test to at least 20 below “0”.