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Common Upgrades for Older Commercial Buildings

There are many reasons you may have an older commercial building. Maybe you’re investing in an area that is growing, or maybe you inherited a building.  If you own an older building, you probably need to make some updates if you want the building to yield a profit and be a safe, functional place.

Common Upgrades for Older Commercial Buildings

There are some renovations that you can put on the top of your list.  These are common upgrades that take place at some point in an older building.

Fencing Upgrades

The right fencing upgrade can give you massive curb appeal and is a great addition to an older building. It provides your tenants with security and protects your property. It can also reduce noise pollution making the building a more desirable place to live, rent, or work in.

Architectural Accents

Architectural accents are a great way to honor and older building.  Whether you use antique architectural elements or add some modern lighting fixtures, you can make a huge impact with a few changes.  With an older building, you may see that there are some natural structures that can be exposed or enhanced, like structural beams.

 

Conveniences

No matter how historically preserved you want the building to be, adding modern conveniences is a must.  This could mean updated locks on the doors, new windows for temperature control, a sprinkler system in case of fire, or a laundry room in an old apartment building.

Landscaping

Updating your landscaping is a great way to enhance the historic beauty of your new building while still creating an environment that looks fresh and new.

Older buildings are a great investment, especially for commercial properties.  In order to make sure your old building keeps bringing you new happiness, try these renovations to refresh it.

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