Independent contractors who do not have a healthy relationship with a primary manufacturer, never gain product familiarity and never properly develop application procedures. Organisation suffers along with service and customer satisfaction.
Those contractors who select product based on a lower price are creating a vacuum that drains quality out of their products.
When manufacturers are chosen for offering cheap products, they cannot include the more expensive materials which make a product superior. They cannot commit to research and development or expand their product line in a way that benefits the end-user.
Another negative outcome of product rebounding is lack of standardization. standardization of application procedures is a key to a successful company. Without belonging to a group with a set structure and rules to work by, guess work and corner-cutting becomes the new standard.