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that is what I did 2 years ago and very happy with my decision. 

Re-decorated the  sales/retail area to a nice/welcoming customer area and moved all the shoe repair related machinery to the rear of the shop (kept the key cutting business within the retail area )

However, if you 1 man shop and to plenty of shoe repairs/keys , it is not ideal as  you have to move back and forward all the time. 

 

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On 7/26/2018 at 6:17 PM, ironplanet uk900 said:

We've got a very large space at the rear of our shop.

Is it a good/bad Idea to move our shoe repair machines in there, to make more retail space!

 

 

As you may have seen i have put mine to the back of shop,

http://www.bromsgrovecobbler.co.uk/

only problem (if that's what it's called?) is sometimes walking up and down the shop to serve, I have and Iwatch for tracking exercise and since I've had it there is not a day that I have not done the 'magic' 10,000 steps.

but at least were better talking to customers away from the noise..

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On 7/28/2018 at 8:00 AM, B.C said:

As you may have seen i have put mine to the back of shop,

http://www.bromsgrovecobbler.co.uk/

only problem (if that's what it's called?) is sometimes walking up and down the shop to serve, I have and Iwatch for tracking exercise and since I've had it there is not a day that I have not done the 'magic' 10,000 steps.

but at least were better talking to customers away from the noise..

And getting fitter!

I'd love to have the room to move my stuff around.............

Rick.

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