Commercial Build-Outs

When a new tenant is moving into a space, the building often has to go through renovating and remodeling. In some cases, a business owner simply wants to implement their own design and style. In other cases, a total makeover is necessary due to the previous tenant. A commercial build-out is all of the work done to get your property ready for move in. This includes any type of plumbing necessary. Although not often thought about, the plumbing fixtures are a key element. Installing new toilets, sinks, water heaters, etc. can make a world of difference. While the idea sounds nice and dandy, there are still some things you need to consider.

What should I consider before getting a commercial build-out?

  1. Does the space already have a stable plumbing system? If there was a business in the space before you, the answer is probably yes. However, you may still want to make changes to major parts such as sewer lines based on your new layout. If there wasn’t a previous tenant, you’re looking at a complete plumbing installation.

2. Are you wanting new plumbing fixtures? While toilets and sinks aren’t always the first topic of conversation, they’re vital to a functioning business. Whether you’re opening up a new restaurant, hotel, or grocery store, you may want to look into new and improved fixtures for your staff and customers. Not only will they function the best, they’ll also add to the “newness” of the building. Depending on what type of business you’re opening, you’ll also have to look into fixtures such as faucets, floor and roof drains, etc..

3. What does your budget look like? If you’re on a limited budget, you’ll need to calculate how much you’re willing to spend on a plumbing commercial build-out. Without a doubt, build-outs can get expensive pretty quickly. With that being said, there are several ways to minimize costs to make it more affordable.

What should I do when I’m ready for a build-out?

When it comes time, you should get in touch with our team of experts here at FloGuard Plumbing. Our plumbers have lots of experience with commercial plumbing and are happy to serve you and your business. We’ll have someone sit down with you and walk through the plans for the building to make sure everything lines up. When we have the green light to go, we’ll get started on the build-out as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you!