How to Increase Your Business’s Curb Appeal in Vancouver in 3 Easy Steps

When we talk about “curb appeal,” our minds often go to making a residence more appealing before it goes on the market, but have you considered the benefits of increasing the curb appeal of your business? Investing some thought into how to help your commercial property look better might pave the way for more interest from customers, which is always a good thing! Here are three easy steps to increasing your business’s curb appeal in Vancouver.

1. Keeping the windows clean

Windows offer the benefit of a sunny environment filled with natural light and promise⏤when they’re kept clean, that is! Often, commercial windows go neglected because they can be hard to reach. Window washing is a benefit both ways, adding to a building’s sparkly clean exterior, and providing a perfect way for maximum sunshine to enter the building.

2. Taking care of awnings

Awnings are a beautiful building feature that can last for years, but because they’re located outdoors, they are subject to pollen, mold, and dirt on the regular. Nothing is less inviting than filthy awnings sagging under months of debris. Getting awning cleaning services done every 2-3 months will keep them in top shape year after year and emphasize to your customer that you care about the things you own.

3. Power washing the sidewalk

Stepping onto a clean sidewalk suggests to your customers that you pay attention to details! Not only that but dirty sidewalks can easily get built up with mold and mildew and cause accidents. The appeal of freshly cleaned concrete after power washing is undeniable and adds the perfect finishing touch to a well-maintained building.

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Want the freshest-looking business on the block? You would do well to pay attention to our cleaning services including window washing, awning cleaning, and power washing, and we’re here to help. Call IMAGINE to get your free quote today and get well on your way to a business that has that extra curb appeal in Vancouver.