The Anatomy of a Hassle-Free Office Fitout

Your renovation doesn’t have to be as stressful as renovation stereotypes make it out to be. Having a mostly hassle-free office fitout is possible as long as you take care of essential business, including the ones below.

 

Quote and budget

Your budget shouldn’t only cover the build. If you’re the business owner or office manager, you must think of the other practicalities. You have to work out the cost of storage, network suspensions, and new/refurbished furniture among others.

After getting your quote, shop around for deals and negotiate with the builder. But as always, prepare for hold-ups and unforeseen situations the will require extra funds.

 

Know what you want

By the time you meet with us, you’d have stalked interior design blogs and might have a Pinterest board (or five) dedicated to a certain look. Our job is to get your office fitout dream as close to the real thing as possible.

Googling is encouraged

Googling is encouraged

But it’s not all about aesthetics. An office renovation is a chance to seriously upgrade other aspects of your business. A big one is going green. With most work going through cloud-based systems, paperless offices are on the rise. You can make your office greener by ordering low-emission lights and WELS-approved taps and installing a couple of green walls to boost the oxygen levels. Speak with the architect and interior designer about wider, floor-to-ceiling windows. Natural light not only boosts the mood of employees but lessens the number of electric lights in the building overall.

 

Ask questions

You’re the one who’s going to be living in the office so it’s important that you love the finished result.

Ask us about our past clients and to see the portfolio. Ask about any potential setbacks that could happen on an office fitout. Ask about our trades and how much extra work will cost. It’s a builder’s job to be transparent and deliver an amazing office space to clients.

 

Be present

Contrary to popular belief, you aren’t stepping on any toes if you call once in a while for an update. We’ll do that ourselves, regularly, but client input is always welcome. The same goes for any changes or perceived problems. We don’t know if you’re happy with the progress being made on the office fitout if you aren’t there to answer questions.

You call us, we call you

You call us, we call you

 

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