Making a great first impression
I work with many clients that also own small businesses, and I even have a few small businesses as clients. We all know that when you are in business the best thing you can do is make a great first impression. This past weekend I was talking online with my virtual buddy James from Parking Lot Striping San Antonio. He was making some great points about how small business owners can make such an impact on their customers simply by have a fresh looking parking lot. I had not given it much thought until James made that statement, however since that time I find myself taking note of every parking lot I pull into.
James was right. When you drive into a parking lot that is clean, and especially one that has had a fresh coat of paint recently, you just feel a little safer and appreciated. As a business owner, you give your patrons a sense of security and safety by having a fresh clean parking lot. This is a perfect way to make a great first impression.
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Color Is Everything
DIY projects and what they can mean for the homeowner or automobile owner in terms of money-saving work will mainly rely on the ability of the person contemplating doing such activities to at least realize that a small bit of research before carrying out do it will be in order. There’s really no limit to the kind of work that can be considered, but knowing what has to be done correctly will be vital.
Colors in your home can make or break it, use the wrong color scheme and you could end up in a home that feels dull and eerie, or on the opposite you could end up with a nice house all open and welcome both to you and your family as well as possible house buyers coming into your home.
First of all you will have to assess what is the purpose of painting, will you be trying to sell your home or are you staying living in your home, then you have to see what type of house you have, different colors have different effects on houses, would you put a vibrant yellow in a old house with oak wood beams, well you would if you want to ruin it, if you are in an old style house you most likely want it to be warm and inviting with shades of red but also incorporating white into it as well so not to make the room too dark.
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