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Renovating Your Brick-And-Mortar Storefront

You have spent a lot of time and money on your business to make sure that you are providing your customers with the best you have to offer, and you are always looking for ways to grow your operation, of course. Keep in mind that potential customers won’t be impressed with a storefront that doesn’t look like it’s cared for, and the initial impression they get of your business should be the best one possible. A dated or unkempt brick-and-mortar storefront tells an unpleasant story, one that says your interior may not be in the best condition and your product may not be worth their time. 

When you are considering a renovation for your brick-and-mortar storefront, here are some ways to upgrade and refresh your storefront that will wow your clientele:

Updated Facade

Take a look at the newer developments around town and see what the trends are. It can be pretty simple to update your facade, so choose your favorite look and take the next step to update your storefront. You can schedule a “Grand Re-Opening” event, which is also the perfect time to offer new products and services. 

Natural Lighting

Studies show that bringing more natural light into any building is a benefit both for the clientele and the workforce itself. If you are going to renovate, you may want to consider bigger or more numerous windows. This renovation piece alone will give your storefront a whole new look and feel both inside and out.

Energy Efficiency

Those new windows and doors can be more energy-efficient and earth-friendly, too, and will probably save you quite a bit in energy costs. There are many new products on the market today that focus on being energy-efficient, and being sensitive to the climate these days is something that your customers will appreciate. 

Safety Upgrades

At this time you can also upgrade to make your location safer for your customers and your staff. Removing old design factors that could possibly create safety hazards, such as small or hard-to-see steps or loose tile is a wise step to take. Adding handrails and other items that make for those who need extra assistance will be helpful for existing and projected patrons alike. 


When it comes to renovating your brick-and-mortar storefront, Ascension General Contractors is here to help. We have all the experience and skills needed to get your renovation done in a timely and professional manner. Call us today!