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How To Prepare For A Commercial Strip-Out

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Conducting strip-outs in Melbourne can be a big job. To get it done properly, you need the help of an experienced contractor who can do it quickly, efficiently, and safely.

Here are three ways that you can prepare for a strip-out contractor, such as Cheap & Clean Rubbish Removals, to help ensure that the job goes as smoothly as possible.

Clear The Space As Much As You Can

Before the strip-out contractor arrives on-site to carry out the work, you should remove pretty much everything that isn’t nailed down. This includes whatever furniture you can manage, as well as equipment, electronics, documentation, stationery, supplies, decorations, pot plants, and any other item that you either want to keep or could obstruct the contractor’s work.

All countertops, floors, and walls should be cleared to make it easier for the contractor to get into the areas they need to without any obstructions.

Importantly, all valuables or sensitive items should be removed from the space and kept somewhere safe.

Make Sure To Document Everything And Communicate Clearly

It’s always a good idea to document the current condition of the commercial space before carrying out a strip-out so that you have a reference point in case there is any kind of dispute or discrepancy down the line. The best way to do this is to take photographs or videos that are date-stamped and then communicate clearly with the contractor about your expectations and requirements so that everyone is on the same page.

Help Ensure Access Points Are Demarcated Clearly

When doing a strip-out in a commercial space, you need to help ensure that there is a clear pathway for the contractor to move equipment and debris in and out of the property without causing damage or bottlenecks.

Removing any obstacles along the path can help, while notifying neighbouring commercial tenants is also necessary so that they can be prepared.

Coordinating building access is also important so that the contractor can have seamless access to get the job done as quickly as possible.

Moreover, a clearly designated work area should be marked out using tape or signage to help the contractor and their team understand the exact scope of work and prevent accidental damage to areas that should be left as is.

If you are looking for high-quality and efficient strip-out services in Melbourne that you can depend on, then contact us at Clean & Cheap Rubbish Removal today. We’ll get the job done right!