3 Ways to Make Your Storefront More Accessible and Inviting

Storefront in shopping mall

If you have a physical store or what some people call a brick and mortar establishment, there are simple ways on how you can make them more inviting and accessible. Here are some ways to do it.

1. Install wheelchair ramps.

If your Denver storefront allows for the installation of wheelchair ramps, you definitely should have one. Otherwise, it’s important to provide alternative ways for a more accessible entrance for people with disabilities. If you do have an alternative entrance, make sure there’s signage that points to it. If you have stairs in your storefront, install handrails that can assist people seniors and individuals with disabilities.

2. Provide safety precautions for people with disabilities.

It’s also important to use contrasting colored materials on any sharp edges and corners in your storefront. This will help people with eye problems to easily see the safety hazards and prevent any untoward incidents that could result in a lawsuit. The key is to make your storefront and your business accessible to people with disabilities. For instance, if your shop does not have space for the installation of wheelchair ramps, you can think of other ways on how to cater to this consumer group. You can offer e-commerce services and personal deliveries.

3. Create attractive store displays.

To make your storefronts more inviting, you can take a page from the department stores in New York City and create attractive window displays. It’s a great way to grab the attention of passersby, especially if your store is located in an area with high foot traffic. You can even make it seasonal, and soon, it can become a whole new attraction.

Welcoming More Customers

These tips can help you entice more customers. However, the most important thing you can do is to train your staff in excellent customer service. After all, a good customer experience is one of the best ways to make your store more inviting.