In less than a year, plastic tracks have been bubbling and cracking in the building. In fact, some of them are caused by relatively poor materials. Consumers think they are buying low-priced products. They think they are using high prices, but they don't know that the prices of raw materials have risen sharply, and prices are rising in many ways.
Can you buy a high-quality product at such a low price? It is impossible to buy a high-quality product with an unusually low price. Trying to buy cheap products is impossible. A common feature of these products is that the price is "low" and low is "terrible".
The so-called "low-cost" products on the market, such products often cannot withstand long-term sunlight exposure and large temperature difference between day and night, and will soon fade and crack. Therefore, when building a plastic runway, you should not blindly pursue low cost, but also pay attention to the quality of the product. Therefore, you have suffered huge losses for greed, and regret it!
Now, in order to attract customers, some manufacturers on the market have issued a 20-year, 30-year warranty or even a multi-year free maintenance banner. In fact, this claim has no scientific basis. Regardless of the lifetime of any product, this material ages slowly in outdoor environments where the temperature of light varies widely. Imagine even steel materials. Long-term exposed leaks can rust, not to mention plastic runways. As a result, even large brand manufacturers on the market cannot guarantee this long, so everyone keeps their eyes open and beware of being cheated.
When building plastic runways, choose regular manufacturers and well-known brands. Such enterprises generally operate for a long time, and their brands have passed the test of time and consumers. During the selection process, select companies that can issue relevant qualification documents. These are not only to ensure product quality, but also to have a more comprehensive after-sales service. Any problems in the site can be properly resolved to avoid "no problem" situations.