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Simple Ways To Boost Business Curb Appeal

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Does your business currently lack any sense of curb appeal? If your answer is yes, then you could be missing out on masses of customers as a result. 

If someone arrives at your store only to find issues like cracked walls, broken paving, dirty windows and lots more, then it’s likely they will just turn around and walk away. You need to take the right steps to ensure your business is as attractive as possible if you want to stand any chance of attracting a wide audience of loyal customers that are happy to spend their hard earned money on your products and services! 

Thankfully, this guide contains some of the most effective steps that you can follow to boost your businesses curb appeal in no time at all. It truly couldn’t be easier to get started today, so what are you waiting for? Read on to discover more!

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Get Eye-Catching Signage 

First and foremost, you’re going to need some eye-catching signage. Visitors need to know exactly where they are as soon as they arrive on your street, spotting your business amongst a sea of other companies clearly and easily. If you make the decision to have no signage, then you have little chance of any customers being able to find your store if not by sheer chance!

Your signage should feature your business name along with your logo. It’s a good idea to add some more information too, especially if it’s a street sign that you’re going to leave out on the sidewalk. Consider adding directions to your store, as well as your opening times and a brief list of the products you sell or the services you offer. 

Make sure you use no more than 2-3 different colors on your signage to keep things professional and easy to read. Opt for large writing that stands out against a lighter background, and always check for things like spelling mistakes or grammatical errors before you put your signs outside for the world to see. 

A Beautiful Entrance 

Walking up to your store should be a pleasing experience for your customers, so if they have to navigate cracked tiles, broken curbs, discolored concrete and a host of other unsightly and potentially dangerous issues then they won’t be happy. You need to try your best to create a beautiful entrance that your audience is going to be able to remember for all of the right reasons, as this will contribute towards your ability to attract new customers from nearby. 

Start by enlisting expert concrete services to smooth over any walkways, parking facilities and more, as a fresh surface will upgrade your curb appeal instantly. Include some floral arrangements or a few trees to bring in a colorful pop of nature, and take the opportunity to get outside and clean your storefront regularly. Keep windows shining by hiring a local cleaner to wipe them on a weekly basis, and don’t let debris build up on your pathways.


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