Businesses need to have the right presentation to impress their customers. The way the windows represent one of the first things a customer will see when they come to the store. Fogged, stained, cracked, or old-looking windows can hurt a businesses’ sales. Hiring a commercial glass company to repair or replace your windows is a wise decision. With numerous window options, business owners will be able to find glass that matches their budget needs.
The storefront of a business is essentially the “face” of the company. The windows need to clean and presentable to your customers. If they have cracks or breaks, replace them as soon as possible. If the windows are left cracked, it can send a message that your store is vulnerable to robberies. If your storefront has a broken door, discuss this with the glass company to purchase the door hardware and other essentials.
The windows in your building may come in different styles. You can select from unique options like tempered glass and even safety glass. If there is a concern over theft in the area, get a price quote for safety glass installation. There are also options for impact-resistant glass, which can offer protection against storm damage.
Double Glazed Glass
Hire a professional to come and install double glazed glass to reduce the amount of noise and heat from outside the building. If you have a lot of people walking past your office windows, it can be incredibly distracting to your staff. Double glazed window with a nice tint can really help to reduce this distraction. Keeping the officer quieter will be better for business.
Do you have a building that faces east or west? The sun can be frustrating for a business as the heat from the sun can increase your energy bill. The sun’s rays will also damage your office furniture that is close to the window. Sunlight that peers in all the time can also become a distraction for employees. Too much light can force employees to squint while they work. Adding tinted windows will reduce the intensity of light in the building by 15%. The tint can also help to decrease the costs of your energy bill by reflecting some of the sunlight. If you want privacy tinting, discuss this with the glass company. Privacy tinting is a nice option as people are unable to see inside the business. The windows will appear like large mirrors to them and the individuals will only see their reflections.
To create a unique marketing look for your business, consider adding stained glass windows. Stained glass is typically built by a third-party source, but it can be installed by a professional company while you have other glass replaced. Specialized glass options are often limited, but can be designed by most companies upon request.
Contact Moyes Glass to discuss your commercial glass repair, replacement, or installation needs.