“Better,” is obviously subjective, and while we believe our service is better, your opinion is the one that matters. What we do know, however, is that we provide the best value, read on for a full description of our entire workflow before your service call, during your service call, and after your service call.
Susan asks, “What is better, a treadmill or an elliptical?” Great question Susan! As with most things, there is no clear answer, it is dependent on the user of the machine.
Before I proceed, I do want to mention that none of us here are personal trainers nor medical professionals. However, we do know a few. Kevin Deeth, one of our Certified Personal Trainer (CPT) friends at builtlean.com wrote a phenomenal article about the pros and cons of both. Check out the full article at the link above, we’ve also included Kevin’s list of the benefits of each below:
Recently, we had the privilege of being interviewed by Wisconsin Real Estate, a website featuring articles pertaining to life and living in Wisconsin as well as real estate listings.
Although every element of our preventive maintenance service is important, I would rank interior cleaning at number three, right behind lubrication and hardware tensioning. No matter the type of equipment in your home or gym, basic cleaning will go a long way toward maintaining its appearance as well as ensuring the longest possible life of the unit.
Before writing this article, I had a difficult time deciding what the more important topic would be, treadmill lubrication or keeping your treadmill (or any other machine) clean and free of dust and debris. While both are at the top of this list I decided to focus on treadmill lubrication first. My reason for doing so is due to my belief that treadmill lubrication is widely misunderstood while machine cleanliness is a much more intuitive concept. We’ll focus on machine cleaning next month.
Thanks for fixing our treadmill. It now works just like it did when we first purchased it!