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Providing Excellent Customer Service

Gold Coast Roof Restoration Services

1.  Help Make your customers feel important.  Call your customers by name. Ask about their families, vacation plans, new additions to the family. Acknowledge their accomplishments.  Know what is happening in your communities.

2.  Smile friendly, and often.  A smile not only demonstrates you care, it shows your customers that you are warm, friendly and that you do care about them.

3.  Listen to when your customers are speaking.  Try to give your customers your undivided attention. Multi-tasking is often perceived as being rude.  When customers are in front of you, make eye contact.

4.  Know your industry and services.  Customers want to work with knowledgeable employees. Learn everything you can about your products so you can be better equipped to answer customer questions. If you’re uncertain about something, ask for help.

5.  Understand the impact of losing one customer.   If you are in a competitive environment, knowing the value of a lost customer is important  When you lose a single customer, you don’t lose one transaction, you miss-out on a lifetime opportunity of profitability with that customer.

6.  Ask your customers what they need.  Listen carefully to your customers and ask questions to find out what aspects of service are most important to them.

7.  Treat your customers as an individual.  Not all customers are alike. Each customer has individual needs and concerns and they want to be treated with a personal touch that does not make them feel like a number.  Communicate in the manner your customers like to communicate.

8.  Keep your word.  When you tell your customer you are going to do something, follow-up as quickly as possible. Given them time-frames and honor them.

9.  Don’t waste your customers’ time.  Everyone is busy and nothing will frustrate a customer more than feeling like his or her time has been wasted. Complicated voice mail systems, making customers repeat their service request more than once.  A customers time is important.

10. Make it easy for your customers to make a complaint.  Your customers want to feel heard, especially when they are frustrated with the service they received. Invite feedback by asking customers what they liked best and least about your service.

11. Ask your customers what they want.  Constantly ask your customers what you can do for them and how you can do it better. They may want extended hours, educational classes or the ability to speak with a manager. After you ask, try to give them what they want and keep them informed of the process along the way.

12. Reward your loyal customers with free items.  Look for ways to go the extra mile, particularly for your loyal customers. When possible, bend a rule, throw in a little something extra, waive a fee or send a small gift. Demonstrate through your actions that you consider them to be special and you are thankful for their continued business.

13. Maintain a sense of humor at work.  Your customers want to do business with people who genuinely enjoy what they do. Laugh with your customers and make the service experience fun for them.

14. Thank your customers often.  Sincerely thank your customers.  Thank them for calling, bringing in a payment, meeting you at their home, calling in for help, and yes, even calling in to complain.  For many, there are options available and they chose your company over the competition.

15. Never take your loyal customers for granted.  Your customers are part of your business.


Join the discussion 2 Comments

  • John Clancy says:

    Hi John,

    Thank-you for the roof restoration service. Our roof looks brand new.

    Best Regards,


  • roofing-admin says:

    Hello John,

    Thanks for the kind words and the roof restoration gold coast job.

    Best Regards,