7 Signs Commercial Renovation Construction is Overdue
Does your current office need a new paint job? Does it have the potential to become your next best investment? Commercial renovations are very worthwhile investments that can be even more lucrative than constructing new buildings.
Commercial office remodeling can be a significant investment that most business owners ignore until there comes a time when it becomes a glaring necessity. However, this tends to leave you spending more on remodeling projects than you would have had you started the commercial remodeling project sooner.
What are the signs that it may be time to look at hiring a commercial contractor to remodel your office?
1. Great Location with an Older Building
It’s not uncommon to have an older building in a great location with high land value and demand. In such a case, it is best to consider renovating that space instead of looking for a new location. Often, a building upgrade doesn’t require a complete overhaul of the entire building. Your building may only need a few cosmetic updates or simple upgrades to get it up to par with neighboring buildings.
The overall cost of renovating your older building is far less than buying a new one. Renovation is often the more affordable option.
2. Energy Costs
Most older properties are not as energy efficient or sustainable as new buildings. Renovating your building can make it greener, more energy-efficient and save you money on energy costs every month. For example, installing more efficient windows can let you make better use of natural light and using economical lighting fixtures are all aimed at helping cut back on energy costs. Finding experienced general contractors for the renovation project can help you have a more successful project, but they often have additional green solutions they can suggest.
3. Increasing Maintenance Time and Costs
Patching problems will start to take additional time and money as a building gets older. Plus. certain factors may contribute to quicker building deterioration, such as not repainting once the old pain starts to fade or peel, a worn-out carpet, or even furniture that is pushed around a waiting room, etc.
At some point it makes sense to stop pluging the leaks and overhaul the whole boat. A commercial renovation helps alleviate overall maintenance and operational costs by modernizing and updating your business operations.
4. Outdated Appearance
Styles change over time and after a few years buildings can feel outdated. Commercial Renovation can help your existing space feel more modern and updated.
5. Meeting Clients at Locations Other Than Your Office
How do you feel about clients or business associates coming to your office for meetings and other businesses? Are you ashamed? Do you move the conference table to cover the carpet stain or close the door to the older offices? Do you suggest meeting off-site so your clients don’t need to wait in your lobby? If you find ways to avoid showing your space to clients you should think about renovating your building.
6. Poor Organization and Flow
Older buildings are not always organized or have what it takes to meet most of today’s functionality requirements. Our highly professional contractors can help you choose the best renovation and configuration specs for your housing space. A professional renovation helps create a better-organized space that can improve efficiency and workflow.
7. Running Out of Space
It’s not uncommon to outgrow your space and feel cramped. This is another clear sign it’s time to renovate or expand your space by adding an extra room or two to your office. It may mean knocking down a wall or expanding into the suite next door, but in either case an updated layout can make better use of the space available. .
Get Expert Renovation and Commercial Construction Advise
Hill Commercial Construction has the necessary tools and team to handle your business remodeling project. We have a wide range of renovation expertise working with retail spaces, dental offices, and other medical offices.
Contact us at our Denver Colorado office to find out how we can help you with your commercial construction project. We’ve got you covered.