When you think of purchasing something of high quality, what is the first thing that comes to mind? What comes to mind, for most, is that quality equals expensive. We also know that often, more often than not, buying something expensive does not mean you will get a better product.
Conventional wisdom claims that by improving a products quality will increase the cost. True enough, if purchasing better quality materials often leads to a higher price, but a priceless price. Higher materials costs either means: a) A higher priced product or service, or b) Reduced profit.
Think about the new dress or suit you have recently purchased. You spent a lot of money on the clothing article and am disappointed by the quality. Did the company represent the product as quality just to sell it? Maybe, maybe not, but its an awful feeling spending your hard earned money on a less than quality item. At Classic Buildings we have hundreds of testimonials speaking about our quality building’s; herein lies the statement, “Quality is not expensive; it’s priceless!”
Vitruvius, the author of the Roman treatise on architecture ‘De Architecura’ made a famous statement that is still quoted by architects. He said that a ‘well building hath three conditions: firmness, commodity and delight’. Simply put this means that a well built building, in order to be quality does not have to be expensive but must be:
1. Be build of solid, sturdy materials
2. Be useful
3. Be pleasing to the eye.
What do you think? Please feel free to comment and tell us your ideas on quality compared to price. In the meantime, feel free to read the 7 most important things about storage buildings that you should know, and have a wonderful rest of the week enjoying your new, well-built, affordable portable building or storage unit.