I’m taking a little detour today into looking after the bricks and mortar of your business. A number of years ago I leased a commercial property and it was a salutory experience. I signed on for a nine year “care and repair” lease which meant I was responsible for the maintenance of fabric of the building.
It became a nightmare of repairs and a neighbour’s holiday-time leak which meant that the floors had to ripped up and treated. When I sold that business one of the highpoints was getting rid of the lease and I was happy that someone else now had that responsibility.
Here are a few tips I picked up from my own experience about dealing with your floors.
Floor upkeep can be a big deal for any business owner, specifically when it pertains to problems with slippage, cracking and dampness, and the potential safety implications. Finding the correct commercial flooring company is essential as you will be making a considerable investment. Continue reading