Approach


At definteco, we adopt a meticulous approach to every single project we deliver. The 5-stage process we employ guarantees the solution we have designed and built will work. This ensures efficient delivery, and minimises the amount of time we need to spend in the premises during the installation, keeping disruption to an absolute minimum.

 

Stage 1 – Proposal

From the very outset, we will invest time to listen to your needs, understand how you use the property and what you’re trying to achieve from the technology. Only then will we propose a solution that delivers precisely what you’re looking for, to meet – and in many cases – exceed your requirements.

 

Stage 2 – Design

When we have ascertained how we can best meet your requirements, we will begin the preparation of detailed layout drawings and schematic diagrams of the solution. This technical documentation underpins the system design, allowing it to be built and installed effectively. This documentation can then be shared with other sub-contractors, like electricians, who are also working within the premises.

 

Stage 3 – Build

Once we know the design works on paper, it’s time to build the system in our dedicated testing and demonstration facility at our base in Runcorn. Here, we will assemble as much of the system as practically possible, setting-up all associated equipment and pre-programming it to operate as though it was in the property.

 

Stage 4 – Test

Once built, we then test the pre-programmed system to ensure it works as we would it expect it to. Such rigorous testing allows us to identify any potential glitches with the system configuration, which makes fault-finding much easier. The only element we cannot test prior to the install is the infrastructure cabling, so if things don’t work when we get to your premises we can quickly identify the fault.

 

Stage 5 – Install

Building and testing the system prior to installation ensures that when we arrive at your premises we already know everything works. As a result, we cause minimum disruption during the install phase, reducing the amount of time we need to spend on your premises. Once everything is installed seamlessly within its surroundings, it’s time to turn the system on and make sure everything works as per your design brief.