5 Ways to Remodel Your Business
Commercial Properties, like homes, can benefit from an occasional remodel. Over time, businesses can become dated, which can affect customer and employee perception of the space. It’s a good idea to keep your business up to date by making small changes that can improve its overall appearance. Here are a few updates to consider.
Exterior Updates. Your customers’ and employees’ first impressions of your business is the exterior. Small exterior updates can make a big impact in the overall perception of the space. Consider changing out old doors or siding for more streamlined options. Simpler updates like replacing hardware or address numbers can make big difference.
Break Room Remodel. To make your business more enjoyable for your employees, consider updating the break room. Change up the cabinetry, upgrade the appliances, purchase new furniture, or add more comfortable seating options.
Flooring Update. When was the last time your flooring was replaced? The typical lifespan of a carpet is about 15 years with average use, and even less in high traffic areas. Even with regular cleanings, carpets can become worn and discolored over time. Consider new carpets or another low-maintenance material like commercial vinyl flooring that looks like wood.
Fresh Paint. A fresh coat of paint on the exterior and interior can do incredible things to a space. Choose a fresh, bright color to make the space feel open and inviting. You can even add an accent wall for a fun touch.
New Furniture. If it has been a while since you’ve updated your business’ furniture, now may be the time. Different furniture styles can date an office, and can also become uncomfortable after years of use. If your employees are complaining of back problems, consider new ergonomic chairs. If you have linoleum desktops, you may want to think about adding stone to give an updated look.
If you are ready to remodel your business, give us a call. We’ll work with you to create an updated, inviting space within your budget.