Office Heating

As everyone knows, first impressions are important and that's just as true when it comes to an estate agent's office.

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A Welcoming Environment


If you are a real estate agent, you are probably competing against others in your area for customers, and providing efficient customer service and responding to emails and phone calls is important. And just as important is making a good impression in other ways, whether it's how you dress or what your office looks like. A well organized and an inviting office says something about you and how you work; the natural inclination is that if someone's office is neat, tidy and efficient then it's probably an accurate reflection of that person. It's rather like the appearance of a home's exterior; it can give you a good idea of what the inside of the home may be like. If you are running an estate agent's office, it doesn't take a lot of money and effort to have an office that is inviting and gives that important positive impression to clients; some comfortable furnishings and the right colour scheme will do the job. Consider decorating your office in a colour that helps people to relax, such as light blue or grey, or pink, or in red or orange which often subliminally indicate action or decisiveness.


A Comfortable Temperature


An office that is pleasing on the eye, well organized and inviting is just as important to those who work there, as it is to your clients. Employees are more content and more productive, something that's important to any estate agent. And of course, one of the most important things is to keep your office at just the right temperature; you don't want it too hot or too cold. You may have clients who are spending perhaps several hours in the office, waiting or signing papers and it's essential that they are as comfortable as possible. The use of one or more Industrial electric heaters can help to keep your office warm - but not too warm - on even the coldest of days, and you can be assured your clients and employees will be happy. An office that's too cold isn't just uncomfortable and uninviting; it can of course be unhealthy too and you don't want your clients or staff shivering, sneezing or suffering with runny noses or a cold. It's worth spending the time and money to get your temperature just right.