Interior aesthetics are an important part of restaurant brand building, however, it may not necessarily be the most important part. From a business standpoint, you should also consider the importance of foot traffic on those floors. After all, you could have the most beautiful floor in Montreal, but if you have to replace it every five years, then it will cut into your bottom line.
Don’t get me wrong. Your customers will expect your restaurant to maintain a certain quality. That includes aesthetics. But you are running a business. Profit counts.
The true measure of your Montreal restaurant’s value lies at the intersection of pleasing aesthetics and long term profits. You want your floor and wall tiles to reflect your brand beautifully and lower your costs so that profits increase. The question is, how do you get there?
First, be careful who you get your advice from. Choose a floor tile consultant who understands how restaurants operate and knows the value of a good floor tile.
The kind of floor tile you use matters – in your kitchen, on your patio, and in your front foyer. In fact, all over the restaurant.
Make your Montreal restaurant the most beautiful it can be. Use the right floor tiles that make it pleasing and that withstand long term foot traffic. Keep your costs as low as possible while still maintaining a quality look. It’s the best way to a profitable restaurant.