Renovation vs Refurbishment – what is the difference?
Renovation refers to the messy demolition of current walls and re-organising the layout and then the process of making it look good follows thereafter.
Refurbishment refers to sprucing up the old look with minimal disruption to current working environment.
Custom Shopfitting offers a unique opportunity to cater for individual needs of a company from Retail, Commercial and Industrial custom fittings & displays.
Clients get to design and create a space that is perfect for their specific requirements. It means that you can build an office exactly where YOU want it, by using any one of our range of versatile products.
Some components to renovation & revamping
- Reconstruction (Drywalling)
- Flooring Installation
- Furniture & Decor
This is a term used by landlords. It refers to the process of returning an office space back to its original form, before you – the tenant – occupied & renovated it.
You should carefully check your lease agreement as it is a common condition that it would be your responsibility as the tenant to “whitebox” the space before vacating the premises.
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Dezcon was an absolute pleasure to work with.
They followed my initial concept, but were always proactive in making their own suggestions. From a costing perspective they were very fair and made sure we came in on budget.
Everyone that walks into our office raves about the interior design, furnishing, lighting and general refurb layout. I would definitely recommend the Dezcon Team.
– Gary Sundelowitz, Clarity
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