A few months ago, I realized that I really needed to update our windows and a few other glass fixtures around the house. I started searching for a great glass shop in the area, and I was able to find a place that I felt really good about. I worked with them to replace our mirrors, our glass shower enclosures, and our windows. When we were finished, our house looked and felt brand new on the inside and the outside. I was really impressed with how much of a difference those changes made. This blog is all about installing better glass in your home.
If you own a commercial building, you've got to pay close attention to your windows. After all, windows are often the first part of the building that your customers will see. If they're dirty or in disrepair, your customers are going to notice. To make sure that your windows leave the right impression with your customers, here are four steps you should follow.
Keep Them Clean
When it comes to your office windows, the most important thing you can do is keep them clean. Clean, shiny windows say a lot about your business. If you're going to be cleaning them yourself, or having an employee handle that for you, be sure to use warm water and a soft cloth. Harsh chemicals and abrasive cleansers can destroy your windows. For best results, and to make your employees happy, it's a good idea to hire a professional cleaning service to take care of the window cleaning.
Make Them Memorable
When you own a business, you need to look at your windows a bit differently. You need to look at them as additional advertising space. Instead of leaving your office windows bare, make them memorable instead. Adding attention-grabbing graphics that include information about your business will ensure that people see your office and remember what they saw.
Repair Cracks Immediately
When it comes to caring for the windows in your office, you've got to keep on top of the repairs. One little crack can lead to some serious problems. For one thing, a small crack won't stay small for very long. Once a crack gets too big, it can't be repaired. Unfortunately, that means you'll need to pay to have the entire window replaced. Not only that, but a cracked window is also a security risk for your office. It's easier to break a cracked window, which means your office will be susceptible to break-ins until you get your windows repaired. To avoid those problems, inspect your windows on a weekly basis and have repairs made as soon as you spot an issue.
Apply a Quality Solar Screens
If you've got main office windows that face east or west, you need to install quality solar shades. Leaving your windows unprotected will increase your heating and cooling bills, and lead to premature wear and tear on your office furniture. Installing solar screens will insulate your windows so that energy isn't lost through the glass. Not only that, but the solar screens will help keep your windows clean, which will reduce your maintenance costs.
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2 September 2018