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5 Top Ways to Refresh Your Commercial Space on a Budget

Updated: Jul 28

As a business, you probably understand the value of a physically beautiful building that can impress potential clients and motivate staff. However, you probably don't have plans for extensive renovations. Moreover, you don't want to deal the disruptions.


Not to worry. This post examines the top five ways to refresh your commercial space on a budget.



1. Add a fresh coat of paint

Giving your commercial space a fresh coat of paint won't cost an arm and a leg.


And most importantly, it will revitalize your office, transforming it from a drab and boring space into something exciting.


Choose a trending color palette to inject some modernity into your office. To tune up the excitement, you can even ask staff to choose the final shade.


You don't have to stop there. Old and outdated fixtures such as windows, lighting, and floor covering can give way to newer and energy-efficient versions to improve functionality and aesthetics.


2. Upgrade the exterior

First impressions go a long way in business; the outward appearance of your building can influence potential customers' perception of your business.


Of course, your company may produce the best product or perform the best service. If the exterior doesn't exude a positive vibe people can feel confident about, they walk in through the front door.


Upgrading your building's exterior also helps to protect it from the elements, preventing unavoidable repairs and saving costs.


3. Rearrange or update existing furniture

While interior decoration isn't our forte, it's undeniable that one of the ways to facelift your commercial space is by rearranging your existing furniture.


This is particularly helpful if your budget is zero. You can swap the current cubicle layout for an open workspace or do some reconfiguring to refresh the space.


If you have some money to spend, you can get in new furniture designs, rugs, and decorations to create an updated space that'll promote productivity.


4. Master Service Agreements

If you regularly need to refresh your buildings, a Master Service Agreement (MSA) is not only a smart way to increase efficiency but also to maximize cost.


MSAs are contracts that allow you to hire a construction company for a specified period at a fixed it.


You'll be able to save time and money that would have gone into negotiations and poring over agreements each time you need a contractor.



5. Consider renovating

Beyond the aesthetic benefits, renovating your commercial space can improve the organizational side of things. You can renovate to add more offices for your growing staff or create a much bigger conference room to conveniently accommodate decision-makers during meetings.


While a renovation project will cost more money than a fresh coat of paint, it could be an investment that could trigger organizational growth.


Our company will be more than happy to meet your needs while staying within your budget. Call us at 432-288-9101 to get started.