In winter, starting a remodeling or construction project is usually the last thing on the minds of home and business owners, primarily because of the weather. Many property owners cringe at the idea of removing walls or having muddy and snowy tracks dragged through their home or business and assume that outdoor remodeling is not a possibility.
Change is good, so they say--and this is definitely true of commercial remodeling. Remodeling presents a unique opportunity for business owners to update their look, boost the reputation of their organization, and improve client relationships. Whether it is a restaurant, office building, or retail store, here are a few ways that commercial remodeling can help you improve your client relationships:
See how you can get the best return on investment from your next home remodel by knowing exactly what to expect and how to prepare.
Hurricanes don't always make landfall in the state of Connecticut, but when they do the aftermath can be devastating to homeowners and business owners alike. The following is an excerpt from our new remodeling guide, “Remodeling 101: Planning for Hurricane Season in Connecticut” . Get the full version FREE by clicking here or clicking the banner below.
Commercial construction projects are complex. There are many structural requirements and environmental restrictions that commercial facilities must meet in order to operate legally, especially in the state of Connecticut. Before you jump into a new commercial construction or remodeling project, make sure you take care of these 4 crucial areas!
Sustainability is about protecting natural resources and ensuring that nature and humanity work in harmony.
Your business is thriving, profits are booming and you're hiring employees in droves. Everything might seem to be going well, with the exception of one thing: your office isn’t growing with your business. Space to accommodate more employees, more equipment, or more customers, becomes crucial to the expansion of business over time, but when is the time right?
Hiring a general contractor in Connecticut can be intimidating, and this is especially true if you're unfamiliar with their industry language or lingo. A great deal of the typical contractor jargon relates to the process of setting the price for the job. If you can speak with authority about the cost of the job, the process for hiring a contractor becomes less intimidating. Here are a few key terms to help get you through the remodeling process.
In the most recent issue of Foodservice Consultant Magazine, readers will find an exciting piece on Maison Mathis Yale including a quote from our very own, Kevin Ahern.
As heavy snow continues to plague much of the country, both residential and commercial property owners are becoming concerned with the threat of winter roof collapses. This may remind you and your neighbors of the winter of 2011.
Many business owners are concerned with ensuring that their employees have everything that they need to work efficiently. Supplies are easily at hand, sales materials are quickly available, etc. but one area that is often overlooked is the layout and design of office space. In recent studies, 90% of workers have said that the layout and design of their workplace directly affects their productivity. Additionally, as many as 35% have said that they are ashamed to bring clients to their office. Below are just a few of the ways remodeling your business office can help increase your employee efficiency.