5 Factors You Must Consider For A Remodel


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If you\'re thinking about remodeling or creating a new interior for your restaurant, then you need to review this slide presentation. There are at least 5 things you need to consider for a remodel. These slides identify those 5 things.

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5 Factors You Must Consider For A Remodel

  1. 1. 5 Factors You Must Consider When Planning for a New or Remodeled Restaurant Décor
  2. 2. 5 factors you need to consider • Location • Customer • Competition • Budget • Design
  3. 3. Location
  4. 4. Where are you located?
  5. 5. Urban?
  6. 6. Rural?
  7. 7. Are there high schools or colleges nearby?
  8. 8. Are there office or industrial complexes nearby?
  9. 9. Who are your customers?
  10. 10. Who is your competition?
  11. 11. “Who’s stealing your business within a 3 mile radius?”
  12. 12. Budget
  13. 13. Your budget will vary based on 3 things: • Capacity • Style • Improvements • Expect to budget from $300 – $500 per seat based on above criteria
  14. 14. Design
  15. 15. Seating Factors Function Durability Maintenance Legal /Corporate Flexible High-traffic Easy to clean Fire codes Stationary Light-traffic Easy to maintain ADA Zones Indoor vs. Outdoor Easy to replace Policies/ Standards
  16. 16. What colors should you use? • Color psychology reveals how different hues, tones and shades affect appetite and mood. • The psychology of color is revealed in daily life, because different hues and shades have direct subconscious effects on mood, energy level, and emotions.
  17. 17. Psychology of Blue • Blue is connected to calmness, cleanliness, and wisdom. • However, this color is thought to be an appetite suppressant. • Thus, all shades of blue and dark blue used in the décor and eating utensils have shown to reduce appetite by 70%.
  18. 18. Psychology of Red • Red hues are warm, active, and exciting. • Red has been known to increase appetite in restaurants.
  19. 19. Psychology of Green • Green is a tranquilizing color, and is connected to the interaction between human and environmental health. • Green is usually associated with freshness, coolness, and clarity.
  20. 20. Psychology of Orange • Orange is associated with warmth, enthusiasm, and exuberance. • Orange isn’t as intense as red because it’s blended with the cheeriness of yellow.
  21. 21. Consider color • Recent studies in the field of dieting psychology have proved that your appetite can considerably increase with the use of bright colors (red, yellow, orange, peach) in the décor and eating utensils.
  22. 22. Take a look at some of our recent installations . . .
  23. 23. Since 1968 Thank you