There are a number of home-based businesses that are taking off recently due to the tricky economy we find ourselves in. One of the more popular businesses that taking off is the inflatable jumpers business. Inflatable jumpers rental is a great business to get into as it allows you to be your own boss, work from home, and to provide your clients and customers with a very enjoyable and fun product. But there are a few things to remember if you’re starting an inflatable jumpers business, and one of those is that getting delivery right is key.
Installing an Inflatable Jumper
Getting an inflatable jumper set up is not a difficult task, and anyone can learn to do it simply by reading the instructions and by practicing a few times. What is important when it comes to delivery isn’t just getting the inflatable jumper set up correctly, but is making sure that you get things set up properly and that you do so in a professional manner. Professionalism and customer service are two of the most important things when it comes to having a profitable business and can be the one thing that sets you apart from your competitors.
What are you wearing when you deliver the inflatable jumpers to your clients? What you wear goes a long way to proving how professional your business is. If you go to your customer wearing jeans and a ratty t-shirt, they’re obviously not going to believe that you’re very professional. If, however, you go there wearing a polo shirt that has your businesses name embroidered on it, they’re going to instantly believe that you’re a very professional operation. There are a number of places online where you can purchase polo shirts with your name or logo embroidered on them for a very reasonable rate.
You also need to make sure that anyone who is delivering your inflatable jumpers for you has patience. It’s not uncommon to go to a home for a pick up and to find children still bouncing on the inflatable. While the children shouldn’t be jumping on it all day, it’s not professional nor is it great customer service to get upset at the customers for this. Instead they need to know how to calmly, and with good humor, get the kids out of the house so that they can deflate it. Remember: delivery and pick up are likely the only two times your customer will ever see you, so you need to make sure that you’re very professional during both times.