Adding Value To Your Property With Commercial Restoration Services
Whether you’re dealing with a hefty rainstorm, fire, or damage due to long-overdue maintenance, the restoration process can be financially overwhelming, especially for businesses that cannot afford disruptions. However, mold buildup, fire or water damage, sewage backup, and frozen or choked pipes don’t fix themselves. Therefore, it’s inevitable that you’ll have to call commercial restoration services to return your property to its original condition.
But why stop there? Why not consider the restoration process as an opportunity to go one step further than repairs and add more value to your property through remodeling, renovations, and some creative tweaks?
In this post, we’ll share the different ways commercial restoration services can add value to your property in Washington DC.
9 Ways to Add Value To Your Property With Commercial Restoration Services
1. Effective and Efficient Restoration
Let’s face it. Fire and water damage can significantly lower the value of your property. For most property owners, value addition and value restoration usually mean the same thing. Professional commercial restoration services that work effectively and efficiently can save owners valuable time and resources by fixing all visible and hidden issues following the damage. Therefore, the additional value they get is the restoration amount saved in the long run.
2. Deep Cleaning
Even with regular cleaning and sanitation, property owners cannot match the services of professional home restoration services both in terms of expertise and equipment. Commercial restoration services can add more value to your property by covering areas that regular cleaning doesn’t by using industrial-grade disinfectants and cleaning solutions.
3. New Paint
The most cost-effective way to add value to your commercial property through restoration is by opting for an exterior and/or interior paint job to give it a new look. You can switch to a different color palette or combination for different purposes, such as reviving a tired space or brightening/darkening a room. If you’re planning to sell your property after the restoration, you can potentially achieve a higher return on investment, according to a survey by HomeGain.
4. New Floors
Upgrading the floors of your office, shop, or restaurant during the restoration process can significantly impact your property’s value. If your property has carpeted floors, you could upgrade to hardwood floors which are not only elegant but also tiles. For commercial kitchens or restrooms, you can switch to tiles or marble due to their water-resistant nature.
5. Door or Window Changes/Addition
Changing or adding windows and/or doors is a valuable addition the not only improves your property’s aesthetics but also helps lower heating and cooling bills. More windows improve ventilation and allow more natural light to enter. In contrast, new doors change the overall look of your room, especially if you change the color, material, and handle type.
6. More Square Footage
Adding more square footage doesn’t necessarily mean covering more land and building more spaces horizontally or vertically. It could also mean finishing an incomplete space, such as a roofless section of a warehouse or an incomplete paint job in an empty room at your office.
7. A New Floor Plan
A home restoration project is an excellent opportunity to make some tweaks to your existing floor plan to improve space or functionality. For example, you could take down a wall between two offices to turn it into a conference room or vice versa. You could also expand your warehouse office to accommodate more employees or add a waiting room at your auto body shop or clinic.
8. Updated Siding
Opting for an upgraded property siding or wall cladding can significantly change your property’s aesthetic while lowering your utility bills. Depending on your location and climate, you can choose from different materials, such as vinyl, wood, fiber-cement, aluminum, brick, stone, etc. For example, if you live in Washington DC where it rains over 114 days a year, you can opt for vinyl sidings that are not only more cost-effective but also suitable for wet weather.
9. Full-Scale Renovation/Remodeling
If your property is beyond repairs due to a massive fire or flood, you’ll have no choice but to rip it down and build it again from scratch. Sure, you could stick to the old floor plan and design, or you could completely revamp the interior or exterior design along with the materials to beat the original design’s value.
Renowned Commercial Restoration Services – 911 Restoration of Washington DC
Commercial property owners generally have one thing on their mind when disaster strikes. And that is getting their property back to its original condition. At 911 Restoration of Washington DC, we believe in going beyond conventional repairs to give more value to our customers. Sure, we could repair the water or fire damage at your warehouse, but why not use this opportunity to remodel or renovate your property to give it a new look or make it more functional?
Feel free to call us for more information regarding our commercial restoration services and learn how we can add more value to your property.