3 Upgrades to Make to Your Office Space

3 Upgrades to Make to Your Office Space
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    Your business is well-established with a steady clientele, but maybe you've heard from customers that your offices don't feel as welcoming as they used to.


You’ve heard grumbling about run-down furniture and a dated look. An investment in your office space is an investment in your business’s future. Don’t overlook the importance of perception when you’re bringing in new clients.

Here are three upgrades that will keep your space looking fresh and inviting.

1. Upgrade Your Flooring

It’s likely that your flooring is whatever inexpensive carpet hid stains the best and was guaranteed to last a long time. It’s time to upgrade to flooring that represents your success and your longevity.

Look at wood or marble flooring to add a beautiful finishing touch of quality and endurance. If you’re lucky enough to already have a marble floor, look into marble refinishing Manhattan NY to restore it to its original luster.

Going for quality over short-term durability in all your fixtures should be part of your business marketing plan.

2. Improve the Lighting

With widely available LED lighting, upgrading your lighting won’t just spruce up your offices, it will provide significant savings. Look at the color of the LEDs though.

The bright whites can look harsh and cold. Go for a lower Kelvin value that will give your space a warm and inviting look and keep your employees happier. Get rid of dated fixtures and choose recessed lighting or more modern sconces.

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Fluorescent ceiling panels can be updated with LED tubes, but you should really consider removing those lights altogether and going with something less industrial-looking. Whenever possible increase the natural lighting.

3. Optimize Small Spaces

One thing to consider that’s more for your employees than your customers is optimizing small spaces. Your office building may have a meeting room that never gets used or a superfluous custodian’s closet.

Convert these small unused spaces into rooms with purpose. Try adding a small gym that employees can use during their lunch hours. Spruce up an area, add a sink and small fridge for women who have returned to work but are still breastfeeding.


Also, look at your hallways and bathrooms. Is there enough room for two wheelchairs to pass each other? You have a handicap stall but do you also have a sink and paper towel dispenser that are at the correct height for wheelchair access? Consider changes that will apply to employees and customers alike.

With these three steps, you’ll bring your old building up to modern standards and expectations.

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