If you have owned your office building for the last several decades, then the chances are that it looks like you have owned it for the last several decades. Did you know that for the most part, if you do a little bit of updating or remodeling to your commercial building that you can charge a higher rent to your tenants? If that is not incentive enough, then just having a nice place to own may be. This article will list a few things that you can do to help update your commercial building. Read on to learn more.
Hire a Commercial Painting Contractor
Tackling a small painting job like a bathroom at your house is one thing, but an entire office building is practically impossible. To really spruce up the entire look of your commercial building, make sure that you hire a commercial painting contractor to paint the entire thing. Not only will they be able to get the job done quicker than you can on your own but it will look professionally done—because, well, it is.
Hire a Flooring Expert
Old flooring throughout your commercial building can make everything look really outdated, dingy, and old. Hire a flooring expert to come out and give you a bid on a variety of commercial floorings like commercial carpet, floor tiles, carpet tiles, and laminate flooring. Then, from there, you can decide on a type of flooring that's durable and economical so that you won't have to replace it for a long time. One area to really focus on when you are redoing your floors is your bathrooms.
Hire a Bathroom Company
You probably have more bathrooms in your building than you can count; even if they are all community restrooms. To spruce up your building, you are going to want to invest a lot of money in the community areas like the bathrooms because these are not only what your tenants see but they are also what their clients see, which means that you want them to be nice.
Yes, it may take a lot of money to spruce up your commercial building, but you can probably make up that money in your increased rents in just a few years. To learn more about all of these services, contact a general contractor or a commercial painting contractor near you to get the ball rolling on things sooner rather than later.