If the concrete floors in your commercial space are old, there is a good chance that voids and a general unevenness are starting to appear. Not only are these voids unsightly, but they also pose a threat to the functionality of your concrete floors. They are, therefore, something that should not be ignored. If you don’t fill in voids and perform concrete leveling
For most businesses — whether they be retail stores, restaurants, or some other type of enterprise — it is not as simple as building it and letting the customers pour in. Rather, to ensure that your business is a success, you have to create an environment that is appealing to customers and comfortable and inspiring for employees.
In today’s blog post, All West Surface Prep would like to share with you some ideas and
From the squishiness of the dining chairs to the shade of paint covering the walls, it’s the little elements of your restaurant’s interior that determine the comfort of a dining experience. Sometimes it doesn’t matter how good the food your serving up is, if your place is uncomfortable, people will have a deep-seated feeling of not wanting to return. For this reason, it is important to remember that you are creating an
Floors are easily overlooked. This is especially true in commercial and industrial spaces where the attractiveness of your floors can seem totally irrelevant to your operation and business. However, the floor is the ground upon which your business is built — literally. And while you, as an employee or owner, may not think that it matters, the appearance of your floor can actually say a lot about your business and your services, whether you are an industrial warehouse, an auto parts store, a restaurant, or something completely different. Making your commercial space warm and inviting to employees and visitors alike is a necessary step for any business.