The good thing is, if you get this carried out by a Graf trained professional or by us directly, then you can be confident that your system is in perfect working order from day one. Either way, you’ll be left with a commissioning certificate that confirms what has been checked and programmed, and the system will have been ‘signed-off’ by a trained professional. If you’re present for the commissioning then you will also receive a short overview of things you should know about your specific system.
Some systems do get installed incorrectly. If you don’t get the system commissioned by a trained professional then you won’t get to find this out until the system is not working. At which point, it is likely to be much more expensive to fix it. Even if the original installation is incorrect, if the system is commissioned then this can be noticed. In our experience it’s much better to catch this early on and get it corrected, rather than after several weeks or months of sewage filling the system and not being treated.
The overriding benefit to getting your system commissioned properly is peace of mind. You don’t want a problem with your system. It will cost money, cause inconvenience to you and others living in your property, it will likely be very smelly and it will cause a disruption to your life that you could do without. In choosing to have your system commissioned, you are choosing to minimise the risk of all these unwanted problems.