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Once an install has been completed and the drywall dust has been vacuumed up, but before the furniture is moved back into place, you need to test the system to make sure that it does what it’s supposed to do.
The system test is the final shakedown to determine that the system was installed to the specifications it was designed for. The only way to do that is to fire it up and see for yourself.
Think of it as Quality Control. Besides, wouldn’t you rather find a problem and fix it while you’re still onsite than to have to schedule another trip?
Fortunately, like designing and installing, testing is just another process. As long as you have a consistent process, you’ll have consistent results.