Poor quality materials are a huge problem in the construction industry. They make it difficult to efficiently complete tasks, which increases labour costs for those using them. Poor quality materials should be charged to the user and not passed on as an expense to other parties.
In this blog post, we will discuss how poor quality supplies can impact your business efficiency and what you can do about it!
Poor Quality Materials: The Efficiency Deficit – a labour efficiency variance resulting from the use of poor quality materials should be charged to. In many ways, poor quality material is like any other cost of doing business.
It’s expensive with hidden consequences that may not manifest until much later down the line when they’re too late to correct or fix without incurring more expenses or damages than if they had been addressed early on-site rather than left for someone else.