Not too long ago, GeekWire published a list of businesses with the highest foot traffic. Unsurprisingly, the top spots go to retail chains, fast food restaurants, and coffee shops. With so many people in and out every day, we imagine that these businesses see their share of maintenance costs.
Of course, there are two types of maintenance. While both are important, only one can lower your overall maintenance costs significantly.
Reactionary Maintenance Vs. Preemptive Maintenance
No matter how careful you, your employees, and your customers are, accidents are bound to happen. That's where reactionary maintenance costs come in. These are the costs that are incurred after the damage is already done: cracked tiles must be mended, scratched windows needs repaired, and broken handles must be replaced.
The cost of reactionary maintenance can be lowered, however, through preemptive maintenance.
According to experts, making preemptive maintenance a priority is one of the best steps you can take to make your maintenance budget stretch further.
Preventive maintenance costs less than repairing or replacing equipment and your costs for routine service are more predictable.While installing corner guards is by no means the only sort of preventative maintenance we recommend, it's the one that we are best suited to help you accomplish.
We Can Help
Here at Boss Corner Guards, we carry guards in various sizes, styles, and thicknesses. Although individual situations may vary, we generally recommend our stainless steel guards as the best choice for most small businesses--including quick service restaurants and retail chains.
If you would like to hear more about our premium products, or if you would like to chat about anything else, please feel free to contact us at any time.