Doormen are often the unsung heroes of the building.
They’re the first people we see when we come home or leave, they hold our packages, and importantly they keep us safe.
If you want to do something nice for your doorman, why not pass them a thank you note to let them know how much you appreciate everything they do.
I bet it puts a smile on their face – and it’ll make them feel valued and appreciated.
If you want to know what to say, here are some examples of short thank you notes for doormen:
Thank You Note to Doorman: 20 Examples
- “Thanks for working the door with such professionalism and always having a smile on your face. We all feel safer for having you here, and it’s always a pleasure to see you.”
- “Your attention to detail and willingness to go the extra mile are really appreciated. You have a great attitude and it’s been a pleasure getting to know you. The building is lucky to have you.”
- “Thank you for being such a hard-working, excellent doorman. I know it’s a challenging job at times, you deserve all the thanks in the world!”
- “Your dedication and friendliness are truly exceptional. We hope we can count on you for many more years to come!”
- “Thank you for always being the first one to open the door with a smile. You make coming and going so much easier!”
- “Your commitment to providing excellent service is admirable. Thank you for your dedication and friendliness.”
- “You are such an amazing doorman – thank you for all that you do! We appreciate it more than you know.”
- “Thank you for being a friendly face whenever I have to leave the building. It’s always a pleasure seeing you.”
- “Your smile and kind words are always a welcome sight – thank you for your hard work! I couldn’t imagine seeing anyone else at the door.”
- “We can’t express how grateful we are to have someone like you on duty. We feel more secure knowing you’re here and appreciate all your hard work.”
- “We appreciate your attention to detail and always having the door open with a smile. It’s always a joy to see you when I enter or leave the building, thank you for your service!”
- “Thank you for being an amazing doorman – we feel safe knowing that someone like you is looking after us.”
- “Your enthusiasm and professionalism make the building so much better. We are truly lucky to have you here.”
- “Thank you for all your hard work in keeping the building safe and secure. We really appreciate it and wanted to drop you a note to say thanks!”
- “Your positive attitude and dedication to providing excellent service are commendable. Thank you for your efforts.”
- “We thank you for always being so vigilant about security, without compromising the comfort and ease of coming and going from the building. Your presence at the door is much appreciated!”
- “Your friendly and helpful demeanor makes coming in or out of the building a pleasure – thank you for your service!”
- “Thank you for being so attentive to our needs and always having a smile. You make coming and going from the building enjoyable.”
- “We are grateful for your attention to detail and willingness to help whenever needed. Thank you for being an amazing doorman!”
- “You’ve been a constant on the door for longer than I’ve been in the building – thank you for all of your hard work and for always being there!”
Here is how to write a ‘thank you’ letter for any service you’ve received;
Examples of thank you notes you can send a salesperson or an estate agent;
Why It’s Nice to Give People Thank You Notes
I just want to touch on why it’s nice to give people thank you notes, and this applies to doormen, housekeepers, or anyone who gives you any kind of service.
In short; it’s a simple gesture that can go a long way when it comes to showing your appreciation.
Even if it’s just a quick “thank you,” it can make a difference in someone’s day, and it also makes you feel warm and fuzzy inside knowing that your gratitude was received.
Just think about how you’d feel if someone surprised you with a personal ‘thanks’, right?
Thanking someone for the work they do is a nice thing to do and may even motivate them to continue doing their job with pride.
So, next time you walk through a door don’t forget to thank the doorman for doing their job with such grace and dignity – it’s the least you can do!
Image credits – Photo by Boris Stefanik on Unsplash
I’m a MA, (CMT) Certified Massage Therapist, Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT), and Reiki Master — I’m a licensed massage therapist with over 10 years of experience in the industry.