Customers become believers

As a consumer you may well be familiar with the expression, “The proof of the pudding is in the eating.”

Ken Parkinson of Krown Rust Control Hamilton would likely tend to agree.

He has seen the benefits of the Krown process when applied as part of an annual maintenance programme with all manner of machinery, cars, trucks and work vehicles over the years. He knows that the Krown process inhibits moisture’s corrosive powers which can effortlessly destroy seemingly impenetrable steel in a fairly short order and render a frame, chassis or even machinery useless.

Since opening the doors of his busy shop in an industrial park inHamilton, Ken has seen his business grow by leaps and bounds. His mobile service handles fleet business with ease. And his consumer business continues to grow faster than corrosion can spread because people believe in the Krown programme of rust inhibition. Simply, it works.

Here are some examples: Sterling Slaverio of Hamilton has been bringing in his Plymouth Voyageur since 1996 when it had its very first spray. Now, his family brings in their two other vehicles every year. Same thing with Ed Earl ofCaledonia. He brought in his brand new 1995 Ford Aerostar and he and his family returns almost religiously each year. Then there’s Patrick Pinder and his 1999 Dodge Ram ¾ ton pick up. This same truck was involved in a minor accident and Patrick did the work himself, all the while marveling how easy it was to remove the bumper and grill of the truck. The Krown process made removing the bolts effortless. Today, Ken Parkinson’s company treats eight vehicles for this gentleman and his family.

Something so simple yet with inherent value to so many. So many vehicles are running beyond their supposed life spans because they are protected with Krown Rust Control’s unique system.

Become a believer! Call Krown Rust Control Hamilton at 905-575-0577 today. Isn’t it nice to find something that hinders the aging process of your vehicle – and protects its value?

 

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