Your commercial property is an investment, so when it’s time to brighten it up, it’s important to choose your updates carefully. Thankfully, there are many inexpensive things you can do to boost the appearance of your commercial property without spending a lot of money. Plus, the small investment you do make will be quickly offset because the apartments will be rented sooner and possibly for more than what you’re charging now.
Let’s take a look at a few of the ways you can improve your commercial property so that it’s a sought after place to rent.
New Exterior Paint
One of the best ways to improve the curb appeal of your commercial property is to give it a fresh paint job. Old, worn paint can make any property look outdated and run down, but a fresh coat of paint will have the opposite effect. When choosing your paint color, opt for something neutral and modest. You don’t want your property to be too flashy or stick out like a sore thumb on the block.
Another way to enhance the appearance of your property is to plant new landscaping. Newly planted trees, shrubs and flowers can have a dramatic effect on your property, and it will give potential renters the image that you care about your investment (which you do!). You may even want to consider a water feature or new hardscaping to pull in even more interest.
When tenants look at your property, they’ll want to see that improvements have been made to make the space more comfortable and efficient. Installing window film is an excellent way to increase the performance of old windows.
Privacy window film is a good pick for window bathrooms, as tenants can look out their windows but no one can look in. Security window film adds an extra layer of protection from vandalism and break ins. Plus, solar film will reduce the energy consumption of your building in general since less hot/cold air will be escaping through the windows.
When you’re ready to boost your commercial property, give Arizona Solar Control a call. We offer professional installation of window film for both commercial and residential properties.