4 Business Reasons to Add a Pergola to Your Commercial Property
- October 28, 2020
- Posted by: Metro Lawn Care
- Category: News
The visual appeal of pergolas is undeniable. However, the beauty of pergolas isn’t the only reason to add one to your commercial property. Pergolas can add value to your property and your business. Here are business reasons to install a pergola at your commercial location.
Create a Comfortable Transition
On a hot, sunny day in Dallas, even walking from the parking lot to your company’s entrance can be unpleasant. Now imagine you and your customers making the transition from your cars to the building under a pergola’s shade. The comfort that came to mind is what your customers are going to experience and remember.
Expand Restaurant Seating Outdoors
Your restaurant has enough room for outdoor seating, but there’s no shelter from the sun. Umbrellas aren’t a good option since they provide a very limited amount of shade. A pergola can shade your entire seating area. Also, pergolas are far more durable than umbrellas. Suspending lights from your pergola can extend your outdoor operating hours until long after sunset.
Add Amenities to Your Multifamily Property
Are you looking for ways to make your multifamily property stand out from the competition? A pergola could increase the amenities you offer in countless ways. For instance, you may want to define an outdoor dining area for residents with picnic tables under a pergola. Or you could add a poolside pergola to give potential customers (prospective tenants) a spot to anticipate spending their summer weekends.
Make an Employee Break Room
If your uniformed employees spend their breaks hanging out in random places around the building’s exterior, that visual can make an undesirable impression on your company’s visitors. An alternative is establishing an outdoor break room with a pergola. It could improve the impression your business is making and demonstrate appreciation to your workers. That’s a classic win-win.
Contact us to learn more about improving your commercial property’s outdoor space.