Griffin Park may be quiet until football returns there on July 22 when Brentford take on Southampton in a pre-season friendly but that doesn't mean nothing is happening off the pitch.
While the Bees would, understandably, focus their attention on Lionel Road that hasn't stopped the club seeking to make improvements around the ground.
And one area that is being looked at is The Hive bar, which will be freshened up while being in keeping with what supporters expect.
Chief executive Mark Devlin explained: “It's a balancing act and we don't want to overspend on Griffin Park with a new stadium around the corner.
“We will obviously be looking at areas to improve and redecorate, repaint, freshen up and we're looking to see if we can do some redecorating in The Hive.
“We're getting pretty busy in there. It's always been busy but the numbers have picked up over the last two seasons.
“We're trying to give it a sporty feel and more in keeping with what our supporters want it to look like.
“If we do something it'll be with sensible expenditure. We do recognise it needs a bit of freshening up.”
The club are also working to install electronic advertising around the pitch, which has led to increased interest from potential sponsors, while the new badge has been adorned on the Braemar Road roof.
Devlin added: “The new crest was applied when we could do that work very early on. That's been completed.
“I suppose the biggest difference will be the installation of the LED digital perimeter advertising. That'll be in Braemar Road side but it'll be around the entire TV arc.
“Already, the fact we're looking to move towards it has allowed us to have positive conversations with a raft of official suppliers.
“Some are new and others are looking to extend. It's got off to a really good start. It's helped us to secure a new shirt sponsor, where we're going through the contract on that. We're hopeful that will happen inside the next seven days or so.”
Elsewhere around the ground, there will be no major works with the club focusing on giving everything a clean and a check to ensure it meets the safety certificate.
Devlin added: “There's nothing major like the TV gantry last year. There's nothing happening in Ealing Road other than the close-season painting and metalwork etc.
“We'll do some work on the sound system to make sure it's as clear as possible. We'll look to ensure we comply with our licence. There's no massive expenditure on Ealing Road.
“New Road, last year we spent a bit of money in the family area and installing a new kiosk which has worked really well.
“Other than making sure it's fit, proper and nice and clean. We've put in sails to provide protection against rain. We're pretty much done with what we can do in New Road and the same goes for Brook Road.”