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3 Important Considerations before Starting a Commercial Renovation Project

A commercial renovation project differs in many ways from its residential counterpart. When planning your office renovation or F & B renovation, you should be extra-careful about maintaining schedules so that the renovation work does not hamper your productivity. Your office renovation contractor should be able to provide you the right advice and guidance right from the planning stage. Here are the three important things to consider before starting a commercial renovation project.

Your budget

Planning according to your budget helps you avoid being unrealistic. When you know your budgetary limits, you can cut down unnecessary embellishments and focus more on what’s important. This also helps set your priorities right and makes life easier for your office renovation contractor, going forward. Consider making an all-inclusive budget. Your budget should include all possible expenses – from taxation to the costs of lighting fixtures and transportation. Make sure, however, that your budget is not set in stone. Plan for any last-minute changes and set aside a certain amount for unplanned expenses.


Before you start a commercial renovation project, you should have a rough idea about how many days it may take to complete the entire project. Look for a contractor who has a good record of sticking to the schedule. Remember, any delay will eventually stretch your downtime and increase your productivity loss. Also consider whether or not you need a temporary office during the renovation phase.

Reputation and background of the contractor

Importance of choosing the right contractor cannot be stressed enough. Look for an experienced and reputable contractor who understands your renovation goals. If you think it would help, ask for references. Check with the contractor’s earlier clients and try to assume whether his design style aligns with the kind of designs you want to create.

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