The most often forgotten part of ending your commercial lease is your ‘makegood’. If this is your first tenancy with a commercial lease, this may confuse you, but ultimately, makegood means to restore your commercial space to its original state.
When you first establish your business with a suitable workplace, you begin to personalise your space to accommodate the needs of the business and the style you desire. This can include walls to divide up offices, signage to direct clients to your business and any other added fixtures, furniture or decorative pieces. However, when your commercial lease comes to an end and you wish to no longer renew, all these added features to the original space needs to be removed for the next tenants.
Making good on your lease can be a massive job, especially when you’ve made so many changes to the original space that you never kept track of. The best way to ensure that you are following the requirements of your lease is to get help from the experts at Defit and Demolition.
Defit and Demolition provide a range of makegood services that will ensure your lease is carried out until the end. These services include removal of furniture, fixtures and fittings, fit out of inter-tenancy walls, removal of signage, and the reinstatement of electrical, fire and mechanical services back to base building configuration. Ultimately, you are guaranteed a full restoration of a fitted out commercial space back to its original condition.
The team of professionals at Defit and Demolition help to tackle your makegood project from the planning stage through to cleaning up the last speck of dust. This ensures that everyone involved with the fit out, such as owners, landlords and future tenants, are happy with the end result.
Don’t pace around your office wondering where to start or risk paying more if your makegood isn’t completed before your lease runs out. Call the experts at Defit and Demolition instead. With a range of makegood services that will suit your budget, you’re simply wasting your time if you consider anyone else!