Repainting or renovating is always a problem for business owners. When to do it? How much revenue are you going to lose while your business is closed? Everyone knows that the appearance of your premises is important to your reputation and image in the community. Who wants to do business in a shabby environment? It puts people off and doesn’t leave you in a good light. The goods or services you offer can suffer because of it. Every businessperson knows that presenting a clean and smart image of your business helps. Unfortunately, many put off redecorating because commercial painting in Beverly Hills is disruptive. We at Just Right Painting can tell you that there’s no need to close down during your redecoration. Professional painters can work around all the problems of a working environment.
Bite the Bullet
Commercial painters will work over the weekends or in some cases out of hours to relieve the anxiety. Failing that, decide on a start date when you know that you are going to have less business. Most businesses have up and down cycles. There are times of the month when business is slow or even certain times of the year when sales are lower. Of course, this depends on the type of business you run. All you have to do is make a commitment to one of those periods when there are fewer customers physically arriving at your premises.
Most successful enterprises survive on repeat business, the same loyal customers that contract your services or buy your goods time after time. You know who they are, they should be in your database. You should make every effort to inform them about your renovation plans well in advance and the dates when this disruption will take place.
With smartphones and the internet, this shouldn’t be a problem. Use social media to get the word out too. It would also be a good idea to put out signs in front of your premises in advance or even notices in the local papers. The idea is to keep your business going during the redecoration period without losing customers or revenue.
Schedule the Work Areas
You can cut off different areas of your working space so that the painters can work in peace and your customers have room to come and go too. Mark off the areas in a methodical manner for less disruption. A good idea is to put up dust sheets or plastic sheeting to protect against splashing. Paint has a mind of its own despite how careful you are!
Remember, commercial painters want business just as much as you do, so they will work with you to overcome all the physical obstacles and disruption that comes with repainting.
Having your premises repainted while staying open for business is possible. All it needs is a little cooperation between both parties and the will to do it. We at Just Right Painting have had plenty of experience with this kind of commercial painting in Beverly Hills. Why not contact us through our website and see how we can help you.