If you picture a church, house or faith, or worship center as a dignified building having a steeple, cupola, or a set of marble pillars out front, you're behind the times. Today, many worship centers meet in simple multipurpose facilities, many of which used to serve other purposes and might not even have a dedicated sanctuary.
For many American worshipers, the days of stained glass windows and a soft, carpeted hush have come and gone. In many cases, this shift has been intentional. Church leaders have actively sought non-traditional spaces to house their congregations. By moving into former commercial and retail spaces, community churches are able to bolster the community while at the same time helping non-traditional churchgoers feel more at ease in an informal space.
What this may mean, however, is that church leaders must take a step back and approach their facility management in a new way as well. If spaces are going to be multipurpose and multi-functional (and, in some cases, shared with or leased out to a third party during the week), then leaders must take steps to preserve the form and function of the space to the best of their ability.
One way to keep worship spaces in top shape is to install a set of stainless steel corner guards, especially in high-traffic areas. Our guards are slick and attractive, guarding the integrity of your corners in fine style.
Here at Boss Corner Guards, we want to help as many organizations as possible protect their investments and lower their yearly maintenance fees through careful, forward-thinking planning. Installing corner guards in your facility is a good first step in the right direction.
If you have questions about the sizes, styles, and thicknesses of our guards, or if you would like to chat about anything else, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to working together with you.