Your sales team is the face of your business. A customer’s first impression of your company is based off of their interaction with your sales staff. Thus, it is important to keep your sales team motivated. Create a positive work environment, and you will have a happier, more effective staff. Your employees receive feedback from your customers. Make sure you maintain an open dialogue with your sales staff. Ask them about customer satisfaction and learn from negative feedback.
Pursue quotes from multiple contractors. You might be shocked at the range of costs you are quoted. Additionally, different contractors might point different problems that need to be addressed before starting the remodel. Negotiate a written contract. You need to have a very detailed scope of work correlated with the price of the remodel. Make sure you have a provision in the contract for change orders, i.e. upgrades, additions, or subtractions. Ensure demolition and cleanup
Focus on a single display at the front of your showroom. Updating a showroom can be an expensive and daunting endeavor. Instead of trying to fix your entire showroom at once, focus on one display that your customer will see as soon as they walk into your shop. Changing just one focal point at the front of the showroom can alter the feel of the entire space. Color and texture make a big statement. Consider covering display panels or walls with textured materials like wallpaper