Internet and online shopping, once just a fad, has come a long way in recent years and is now the norm. Services like Amazon Prime make it hard to resist the user-friendly and convenience of online shopping. Still, a recent study shows that the younger generation loves to shop at brick and mortar shops. Gen Z shopping habits can fuel a brick-and-mortar resurgence, this report says. With the trend possibly returning to a renewal of brick and mortar shopping, it has never been more important to have your business looking good.
Here are a couple of things business owners can do to make it look great.
Clean the Windows
We’d be remiss if we left this fundamental service off the list. Nothing says that your business is well taken care of like clean windows. Regular window cleaning removes contaminants and pollutants that have stuck on the glass and have prevented natural light from penetrating inside. Dirt, dust, and grime usually tend to settle on windows over time if they are not regularly cleaned.
Clean the Gutters
While many businesses schedule regular window cleaning, they often neglect the gutters. Gutter cleaning remains under the radar but cleaning the gutters is another way to extend the life on your home. Gutters hold and channel the flow of water. Water or leaf buildup in gutters can lead to a leaky roof and water damage — not to mention dangerous water dams.
Chandelier, light, and ceiling fan cleaning
Like gutter cleaning, this is another service that is forgotten. It is difficult and dangerous to reach chandelier, light, and ceiling fans. Because chandeliers and elaborate light fixtures are oftentimes the focal points of your business, you want them to look polished and clean. Routine dusting and cleaning of the chandelier are essential to avoid erosion or future damage to the fixture and the crystals.
At Madison Window Cleaners, we clean windows, gutters, and sophisticated and complex light fixtures and chandeliers. Ask about an instant estimate. Visit our Facebook page, our website, contact us, or give us a call at (608) 256-7632.