What is the difference between buying a used machine versus an GreenwoodCS certified reconditioned machine?
There is actually a big difference between the two. When you hear the word "reconditioned," you may think of something pre-owned. A pre-owned used machine is exactly how it sounds. A machine that was used by someone else without the knowledge of it working properly or not. However, there is so much more that goes into reconditioning a machine at Greenwood Cleaning Systems. Our goal when reconditioning a unit is to bring it as close to brand new as possible. The end result? You get a reliable cleaning unit at a fraction of the cost of a new unit.
What is our reconditioning process?
HERE IS A BRIEF SUMMARY OF OUR FULL RECONDITIONING PROCESS BY OUR FACTORY TRAINED TECHNICIANS:
To ensure a thorough job is done, each machine takes on average 5 hours to recondition. Larger units can take up to 10 hours. Our Professional Service Team takes the time necessary so that you receive a quality machine Greenwood Cleaning Systems is proud to sell.
The demo units we sell typically have very few hours (often less than 50) of use and condition is consistent with units used for display, training or evaluation purposes. Despite light use, our commercial cleaning equipment for sale is fully serviced and tested prior to shipment. This can be the best of both worlds and give you a like new machine for a used price.
Why Greenwood Cleaning Systems?
We are a factory certified service center for the brands we offer and have access to the most up-to-date parts, schematics, technical data and service data for the commercial cleaning equipment we rebuild. For further peace of mind, all of our reconditioned equipment for sale comes with a warranty, 90 days on parts and 30 days labor.
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