All business owners know that making the right impression on customers is crucial to their success. Thus, if you own a business, you need to ensure your property looks its best.
That means scheduling commercial concrete cleaning for any concrete surfaces on your property. At Reliant ProWash, serving the O’Fallon, MO area, our experts will ensure your concrete surfaces are in pristine condition. This is important for the following key reasons:
Commercial Concrete Cleaning Impresses Customers
The importance of your business’ curb appeal isn’t just theoretical. Surveys reveal a whopping 95% of consumers judge a store based on its outward appearance. This almost certainly applies to clients visiting offices as well. After all, offices have dress codes because it’s important for visiting clients to perceive your business as a professional organization. The look of your property should have the same effect.
Additionally, it’s important to schedule commercial concrete cleaning regularly. Cleaning your property on rare occasions doesn’t allow you to make a consistent impression. If a customer visits it just once when your concrete is dirty, they may be less inclined to return in the future. Avoid that by scheduling regular service with our qualified professionals.
It Also Improves Employee Behavior
People judge businesses based on how clean their properties are because they’re simply wired to do so. Research indicates people’s moods are often tied to the condition of their surroundings. If an environment is dirty, people are more likely to be irritable, depressed, etc.
This doesn’t just affect the way customers feel when they visit your business. It also impacts your employees’ moods.
If employees arrive to work and find a dirty environment, they may not be as friendly towards customers as they should. Even if they aren’t working in directly customer-facing roles, behind-the-scenes, odds are good they’ll be less motivated and productive.
Your business’ property isn’t the only factor contributing to how customers feel about it. The way employees treat them is at least as important. With a clean property, your employees will be more likely to act with courtesy and professionalism. Those who don’t directly interact with customers will also do their jobs with greater efficiency and engagement. In other words, commercial concrete cleaning service gives you an edge over the competition.
And it Boosts Safety
Dirty concrete looks ugly. You know that. What you might not know, however, is that it can also be dangerous. Algae, grime, and other contaminants that accumulate on concrete surfaces can make them slippery in wet conditions. This puts customers on your property at risk of slip and fall accidents.
The immediate consequences of a customer experiencing a slip and fall on your property are obvious. That customer is probably unlikely to return, and you’ll almost certainly be liable for any medical bills they incur.
That said, the long-term consequences may be even more significant. Your business certainly can’t make the right impression on customers if people in the community learn a person was injured on your property. Just one accident can have a major impact on your reputation.
That doesn’t need to happen. Hiring professionals to clean your concrete surfaces regularly will help to remove any hazards that could otherwise put guests in danger.
Don’t try to DIY this task. You need the proper equipment and experience to get the best results. Additionally, you’ll waste a lot of time that could be devoted to other tasks if you try to clean concrete surfaces on your own.
Hire our team at Reliant ProWash instead. Serving businesses throughout the O’Fallon, MO area, we’ll help you impress customers year after year. Get a free estimate for commercial concrete cleaning today.
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