Painting and renovating can be a huge disruption to your day-to-day operations, but with careful planning and preparation the disruption can be minimised.Wallace Contracts limited have some of our top tips to consider when painting during business hours.
Before you begin your refurbishment we recommend notifying your customers and staff of the potential issues a refurbishment can cause. Providing your employees with the correct training can maintain minimal disruption.
Printing signs around your business and messages on all social media platforms will allow your customers to know ahead of time and reduce the potential negative reviews due to a less than perfect experience.
Once the refurbishment is complete showcase the finished product on social media with new photos, a final update will then bring your regular customer back into your business.
2. Should you stay open?
Before beginning your refurbishment, you’ll need to do some groundwork into any legalities which may cause your business to temporary close. If you own a business providing customers with food and refreshments, you may not be able to stay open while staying within health and safety codes.
3. Create an unoccupied zone
If you have a large enough business you could create a buffer zone to separate the refurbishment area from everything else. This will help to lower noise levels, contamination and disruption to employees and customers.
Without a buffer zone you could cause mayhem and an unorganised refurbishment that will ultimately create stress and negative reviews.
Leave it to the experts
If you are looking to give your business a new lease of life then get a free no obligation quote Wallace Contracts Limited. Our commercial painting experts are dedicated to making your painting refurbishment as easy and stress-free as possible. Contact us on 01782 810220 or fill out our simple enquiry form for a free quote today!