Melbourne’s explosion of eateries is showing no sign of letting up, with Sydney not far behind in providing spaces for anyone from a worker picking up their lunch to a dinner after an epic meal, to spend their time in. The appeal of cafés and restaurants always stems from the menu of course, but for a competitive market, ambience rules. Commercial spaces need points of attraction, and steel frame windows are increasingly being used to give a point of difference to your business.
Steel Frames Take Advantage of Any Space
With Melbourne’s back lanes busily being converted from garages and workshops to cafés and bars, it’s important to let in a whole lot more natural light, while keeping the flexibility and atmosphere of a tucked away eatery. If your establishment is on a main thoroughfare, you want your customer to feel like they can slip in off the street without a fuss. Both these needs focus on your potential customers being able to take in what you’re about – the atmosphere, the menu – from the outside. Steel frame windows, with their fine lines and strong design, open up the inside space to the passerby, allowing them to be drawn to the atmosphere you have created inside.
Attract Customers In Any Season
For commercial spaces such as cafés, owners can turn an unassuming alcove into a welcoming space to step into for a chat with the barista. A once sheltered café can now easily adapt to alfresco dining, while retaining a cosy light-filled ambience in the winter months. These durable designs can be flung open on a gorgeous spring day, and due to Steel Window Co.’s fabrication process, can be shut tight when the rain sets in. Whatever’s going on outside, the thinness of the strong steel frame attracts the eye to what’s going on in the rest of the world, at the same time drawing potential customers in to your business through the open, welcoming nature of the design.