How to choose the right shopfitters for your project

So you’ve just finalised the design that will result in the store of your dreams: now you need to find the right shopfitters to make that dream a reality.

So how can I make my design a reality?

Choosing the right company can be a bit of hassle at the best of times, but it doesn’t need to be. Why not ask to see the portfolio of the shopfitters you propose to suss out, so you can see how they’ve performed in the past on previous manufacturing projects. You should also consider arranging a face-to-face meeting with your potential suitors before contemplating any work, and you can even ask to speak to a previous client of theirs about their experiences with the company.

What should I look for in a shopfitting company?

The top priority for your shopfitters must be attention to detail. State-of-the-art manufacturing systems and level of experience are important factors too when it comes to achieving the best possible finish that will cultivate improved sales performances and an environment that meets your operational requirements.

How do I go about communicating with my shopfitters?

It’s important to be kept in the loop as to your project’s progression at all times. You have a right to request feedback to any questions you may have. Make your standards very clear to the shopfitters in advance, so they know exactly what you want and can stick to the schedule as closely as possible, with minimal guidance from you. Good shopfitters will understand your needs and will try to exceed the standards that you have set.

How can I be sure that the quality will stand the test of time?

When the first installation is completed, we’re sure that it will be spectacular, but you must remember that you want your store to possess this look and feel for a long time to come. Spectacular looks can result in spectacular jumps in your sales performances. Shopfitters who deliver a high quality product will have ultimate confidence in their own work and this will be proved in the finished product that they deliver.

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