Residential tenant construction and renovation are important for landlords. On average rental properties get updated every 15-20 years to keep the property in good condition and keep income coming in. It is easier to construct and renovate without a tenant living in the unit(s). During a planned vacancy all renovations are scheduled and completed while they are empty.
Tenant construction we start from the slab up. You will work with our design team, architect, and project manager to put together a project plan that fits the wants and needs of both you and your future tenants. Tenant renovations are typically modifications to your interior space or additions. This includes ceilings, walls, floors, etc.
If you have to do construction and/or renovate while you have a tenant, we work with both you and the tenant to complete the work when it best fits both of your schedules and causes the least inconveniences. You’ll want to communicate clearly to the tenant what the plans are and you may have to potentially relocate them to another unit or nearby hotel. Some landlords even use a rent concession such as reduced rent.
***Safety is an important, if not the most important, step we take during the construction and/or renovation process. We lock down the space(s) under construction, design pathways for workers/staff, limit movement and ensure noise, dust, and odor control. Another safety caution we take into consideration is worker identification to enforce better security.***
Part of our process is creating a 3D design so you can virtually see and experience your design before renovations start.