Add a little curb appeal to your commercial business
Did you know that adding a fresh coat of paint to your commercial property can work wonders with curb appeal?
Just think… How many vehicles pass your business building daily?
Curb appeal can be added to any industry of business. Such as: retail strip centers, warehouses, dentists offices, manufacturing plants, local schools, restaurants and more.
What really is curb appeal?
Curb appeal is a term used to describe the general attractiveness of a house or other piece of property from the sidewalk to a prospective buyer. This term is often used by realtors trying to sell or evaluate a piece of property.
For example, there are several things that can increase the curb appeal of a piece of property that are relatively inexpensive, such as a new paint job, cleaning up landscaping outside, or replacing small things—outdated light fixtures or old numbers on a mailbox. Though not as easily measured as something like square footage, curb appeal plays an important role in property valuation. A house that has ideal curb appeal from the start may be valued higher than a home of the same approximate size, bedroom range, and location, simply because it will appeal more readily to a prospective buyer. If a buyer’s first thought is on the overwhelming amount of seemingly small tasks that must be accomplished, they may lose interest in the sale.
Curb appeal can not only increase your property value, but also draw in more customers to your business.