There is only so much one can do right to keep customers loyal – but too many things that can easily go wrong and turn them off. For instance, your restrooms.
There’s a lot of different kinds of floor mats out there, so figuring out exactly what anti-fatigue floor mats are and what they do can be challenging. So, let’s break it down!
Here’s a question: do you know how to clean a mop? If your answer runs along the lines of washing it under the faucet after use, you and your floors might be in real trouble. And by trouble, we mean nasty, filthy, disease-carrying trouble! Mops, after all, pick up whatever filthy things are on the surface – bacteria and germs included – which get easily transferred wherever the mops land next.
Your business’ floors are a marketing and sales powerhouse. Are you maximizing this potential? While there is unquestionable merit to the efficacy of creating visual cues through store windows, wall displays, and traditional signages, floors are an untapped marketing tool that is now gaining popularity thanks to the marketing benefits of good old floor mats. Custom logo mats have risen from the lowly ranks of a mere instrument in keeping floors clean to a powerful marketing machine that is sure to bring in the sales.
Unless your floors are concrete or tile, you should know that moisture is not exactly your flooring’s best friend and that water damage is one of the most expensive things that can happen to your business space.
Slip and fall accidents cause more than 1 million hospital visits a year. They are also one of the leading causes of compensation claims. There’s a whole laundry list of statistics on how much they cost, but perhaps the only thing more important than knowing how costly they can get is knowing the top causes of slips, trips, and falls in the workplace so you know exactly how to prevent them.
So, you probably already know that your smartphone has more germs than your toilet seat, but that doesn’t mean toilets aren’t some of the germiest surfaces in a restroom. Toilets, with all their exposure to – foremost of all – fecal matter, along with a host of other bodily fluids, can house bacteria like the dreaded Staphylococcus and Salmonella bacteria.
It’s nothing new in the marketing world that color symbolism plays a huge role in company branding. This is because each color invites very specific emotions from individuals based on their culture and associations. Color symbolism comes into play when businesses create their logo, develop their website and even choose the wall color inside their business space. But what about the supposedly smaller things? For example, the floor mats your customers step on when they first open that door?
How do you know when it’s time to replace your floor mats?
Commercial mats, whether we’re talking about the dust-busting entrance mats or the ergonomic, all-important anti-fatigue mats in your work room, will eventually reach the absolute end of their wear-and-tear capacity. And knowing when to replace them is as important as making the first purchase.
There’s no denying it – the holidays are here! And New Jersey is teeming with good ol’ holiday fun.