You have made all of the major alterations to your building and feel like you have your commercial property all ready to go for a real estate listing. However, before you get a jump on getting your property on the market for sale, it is a good idea to get in touch with a good commercial electrician first. There are a few electrical problems that could definitely get in the way of you making a good impression on a potential buyer. Getting these out of the way before the first prospective buyer takes a look is crucial.
You have outdated and dull lighting in the building.
Dull lighting is never a good thing when you are trying to sell a commercial building. Poor lighting can make a space look dirty and unwelcoming. Therefore, get an electrician—like those at Conway Electric or another location—on board who can help you make some simple and inexpensive changes, such as swapping out old fluorescent bulbs for bright LEDs that offer even light distribution.
There is wiring visible at any point in the building.
Once you have removed all of the furnishings, machinery, or shelving in a commercial building, there could be a lot of points within the building that appear unfinished, especially if the building was originally built to suit your business specifically. It is always best to rid the commercial space of anything at all that makes it appear unfinished, especially wiring that may be dangling from the ceiling or running up the walls. When a buyer sees wiring in view, they may assume that this component of the space is not as well put-together as it should be.
The light fixtures in place are out of the ordinary.
Whether you previously housed a restaurant, retail store, or office in the commercial property you intend to sell, those unique light fixtures that used to cater well to your business atmosphere may not be the best features to leave in place. Large chandeliers in a dining area, pub-style lamps over counters, or even recessed spotlights that were once used to highlight store displays should be swapped out for light fixtures that are a little more general. When a buyer walks into a commercial space for the first time, they will be trying to envision their own business inside, and odd lighting can get in the way and make them feel like the building is not a good fit at all.