Commercial Cabinetry Remodel
Updating Commercial Cabinetry: Why?
Recently, we completed a couple of projects for businesses in the middle Tennessee area. Although our most common jobs consist of kitchen and bath cabinetry, we love to venture out into the commercial cabinet realm when possible because we know the impact it can have on customer experience when a business updates their space. In this post, we would like to show you a few snapshots of two commercial jobs we completed in early July - a large corporate locker room & shower and a real estate office's reception desk and common room conference table.
Major Locker Room Upgrade
You know those old metal lockers you used in high school? Yeah, those dingy ones with the chipped paint, locks that maybe worked, maybe didn't, and the squeaky hinges? That is what was in this commercial engineering firm's locker room before. Here is what they upgraded to.
As we installed all these cabinets and sliding barn doors, employees walking by would constantly comment on how excited they were to be getting a fresh locker room and really be able to use their exercise facilities. I can only imagine how this excitement and resulting culture change in the office could effect their workforce's productivity, attitude, and ultimately their bottom dollar. In this case, the change is mostly going to effect the workforce; however, for the real estate office we are going to show you next, the effect will largely be on the potential client.
Commercial Real Estate Office Gets a Functional Facelift
Updating the reception desk with sleek, modern black concrete and cherry cabinetry gives any potential customers that walk through the door a sense that the agents in this office are up-to-date, in the know, and current on any trends in the industry that will help them get the best value and service for their money.