Imagine working in an old drab office that hasn’t changed in decades.
Old offices don’t make for a very motivating work environment. A study in the Journal of Environmental Psychology has shown that the refurbishment of office space will have a vastly positive effect on employee satisfaction.
And I don’t need to tell you that employee satisfaction is good for business!
It’s not just employees who get a boost from a new look. Customers tend to shop and spend more in recently refurbished retail stores compared to their dated counterparts.
As many offices lay empty during the COVID-19 restrictions in 2020, businesses saw the opportunity to fast track their office spaces’ refurbishment.
And as they slowly welcome back staff, the new looks add a much-needed sense of optimism about the year to come.
The Material that Makes Offices Look Good for Less
Although the demand for office refurbishment was high, budgets were not.
So, we set out to help businesses get the look for less.
For those that wanted a cost-effective alternative to the warm, inviting look of timber, we used 3M DAINOC timber-look vinyl.
And for businesses who were after the luxury look of marble floors, we used marble-look vinyl.
We did it all at a vastly reduced cost when compared to the raw materials.
All you are doing is replacing one material for another, so there’s no compromise in the quality or look!
If you are ready to welcome your employees back to an office with a fresh new look, it might pay to think outside the box when it comes to selecting the materials you choose.
For some more guidance on revamping your building for less, get in contact with me and we’ll work out what’s best for your business and budget.