The general rule for commercial leases in Western Australia is that the tenant must return the property to the condition they found it in. The demolition industry uses various interchangeable terms for this concept, such as end of lease ‘defit’, ‘stripout’ or ‘make-good’.
Most commercial tenants take a property that is a shell and renovate it to suit their unique business needs. Tenants will then add permanent fixtures to the premises such as cooking equipment, furniture and flooring.
Tenants can either pay for the end of lease stripout themselves, or they can pay an additional ‘cash settlement’, to compensate the landlord for the effort and cost of organising it themselves.
As you can imagine, this can be a big and very time-sensitive job. Fortunately, it is something Statewide Property Services have done many times before, and we would welcome the opportunity to assist you on your next project.
Warehouse End of Lease Make Goods
Statewide can provide the experience and expertise required to assist you to plan and complete your exit from an existing warehouse into your new premises or to close down operations as required. We can provide temporary storage and also trucks for relocation works. We work with our clients to ensure the lease conditions are fair and reasonable and the premises can be handed back with all the required works completed with the minimum of stress for all involved.
- Removal of all joinery, partitions and general fixtures
- Wall removal
- Damage repair
- Removal of commercial kitchens and bathrooms
- Removal of all types of commercial flooring
- Concrete grinding, leveling and coating
- Car park, garden and site clean-up
- Removal of debris from site
Call us today for a free quote and estimate of time required to complete your works. Call 0400 207 571 now to arrange a meeting.