5 necessary renovations to bring back customers

By Lizzie Weakley

Like any business owner, you may be facing the fact that it’s time to do some renovations at your property. While the renovations may be necessary to keep your property in great shape, they are also important in ensuring customers continue to come through your front door. After all, customers rarely enjoy walking into a place that feels and looks as if it is falling down around them. If you’re ready to impress your customers and keep them coming back for more, here are five necessary renovations you should make right away.

Update your restroom

If yours is a business that offers public restrooms, update this part of your business as soon as possible. If there is one thing you don’t want to be known for, it’s having the worst public restrooms of any business in your community. By installing new sinks and fixtures, updating the tile on floors and walls, and of course making sure the toilets are all in good working order, customers will appreciate this far more than you realize.

New roof

If customers are always walking through your business and trying to dodge water dripping down from the ceiling, contact commercial roofing services so that you can arrange to get a new roof for your business. Since there are now many different types of roofing materials for businesses, such as metal, you can find something that has a color and style that’s perfect for your needs.

Respected and experienced companies such as Thornton, Colorado roofer, can guide you through the process of selecting the appropriate material and then can make the updates and repairs you need to assure the comfort and safety of your customers and staff.

Handicap accessibility

In your bathrooms and elsewhere, make your business as easily accessible as possible to those who have physical limitations or disabilities. Even if you are not bound by certain ADA guidelines, adding wheelchair ramps, automatic doors, and handicapped stalls in bathrooms will show your customers you take their needs into consideration.

Natural lighting

Rather than have your customers constantly subjected to fluorescent lighting, try adding more windows instead to increase the amount of natural light inside your business. Not only will this put your customers in a great mood to buy, but it may also increase employee productivity, since many studies have shown productivity increases in areas where there is more natural light available to employees.

Heating and cooling

Finally, customers don’t like to spend time in businesses that are too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer. If your HVAC system has seen better days, installing a new state-of-the-art system will be greatly appreciated by everyone.

Once you make some of or all of these renovations, you’ll once again have customers flocking to your business.


Lizzie Weakley is a freelance writer from Columbus, Ohio. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors and walks in the park with her husky, Snowball.

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