If you want to hear about custom jobs gone bad, the internet teems with examples from nearly every industry. A perennial favorite is the website Cake Wrecks, which chronicles custom bakery orders gone hilariously awry. As for what makes the cake a wreck, according to the website curator:
A Cake Wreck is any cake that is unintentionally sad, silly, creepy, inappropriate - you name it. A Wreck is not necessarily a poorly-made cake; it's simply one I find funny, for any of a number of reasons.
Of course, most jobs that slide sideways aren't a laughing matter.
Why Custom Jobs Go Awry
In general, whether it's cakes or metal fabrication, what causes a good job to go bad can be traced to one of three fundamental issues. First, the client might not communicate well, creating a disconnect between expectation and reality. Second, the company committing to the work might overestimate its ability to deliver. Third, a lack of experience or proper tools for the job may lead to disaster.
Why We Get It Right
Here at Boss Steel, we know how easily miscommunications can crop up. To prevent such situations, we make ourselves available for in-person meetings, willing to sit down face-to-face with our clients to discuss upcoming projects. We ask questions and seek guidance in order to avoid gaps between expectation and reality, ensuring that you receive work that aligns with your exact specifications. Additionally, we have enough experience to avoid most issues. We know exactly what we're capable of, and we maintain a proven track record of delivering exactly what's promised.
We Can Help
If you're in the greater Toronto area and are seeking custom fabrication work, or if you would like to hear more about our premium products and other services, please feel free to contact us at any time. Either that, or just stop by! We maintain an open-door policy, and we look forward to meeting you soon.