When it comes to business, something that seems as trivial as the appearance of your storefront or office windows tends to be an afterthought. Business owners tend to be more worried about their employees, products, innovating, networking and strategic planning – not the last time the front windows and screens were thoroughly washed.
Unfortunately, what seems like an afterthought is more important than most realize. If your outward appearances show old, dirty or unkempt windows and screens, how should your customers, potential new employees or corporate contacts think about the rest of the way you operate your business?
Here are some of the reasons why outward appearances are more important than you think.
It’s the minor details
If you’re in an industry with a lot of players offering similar products or services, one way to stand out is to have the best outward appearance. This is true if you’re a restaurant in an area with a lot of similar cuisines, a telecommunications store in a sea of other telecommunications stores, and other examples of businesses that could use a winning edge.
Avoid the dealbreakers
Sometimes, potential new employees will focus on the minor details when deciding where they want to work. That attention to detail is actually a good quality to have in employees, so you wouldn’t want to lose a quality employee over poorly maintained window screens.
Make your establishment more valuable
Part of playing in the business world is having strong investments – including your storefront. If you have properly maintained windows and screens, that impacts one of your most important investments and pieces of capital that you have going for your brand.
This is all why it’s helpful to have companies like us around to take care of these issues for you – we’re experts at it, and hiring us takes yet another thing off your plate so that you can worry about running your business. For more information on what we can do for you, visit TownandCountryWindowCleaning.com today to schedule an appointment and find out more!