Simon Tippel, Phoenix Concrete Works - TEC 10 Cost Comparison and Time is Money

“But how does the pricing compare to what I’m currently using?!” THIS is the question we continue to receive time and time again. After receiving a few calls this week from artisans using TEC 10 from Trinic, we decided to do a financial/performance breakdown to see what the actual cost difference is. 

We then call Simon Tippel, owner of Phoenix Concrete Works located in Alberta, Canada. Time is money, and the economics of being a small business owner are the topic of conversation. 

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