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Commercial Reinstatement

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The Purpose of Property Reinstatement

It is very common for a modern commercial lease to carry out alterations and also to contain an obligation on the part of a tenant to reinstate any alterations made to the premises, usually at the termination of the lease term, before the relocation of the business.

Landlords of commercial properties in Philippines typically require tenants to reinstate their property back to the original condition as a precondition of the termination handover.

The reinstatement work process is usually time-sensitive in nature; that’s why the essence of our service is to identify key timescales and ensure your termination handover is delivered on time and within budget.


FAQ: Reinstatement Works in the Philippines

What is commercial reinstatement?

Office reinstatement takes place when the lease terms have expired or, in such a situation, moving the office. As opposed to renting residential properties, renting office space, shops, commercial space, or industrial space, it comes with a contractual requirement, which is contained within the reinstatement clause as revert the entire unit to its brand-new original state.

Who makes reinstatement in the Philippines?

Office reinstatement should be fast, efficient, and worry-free. If you’re looking for an experienced office reinstatement contractor, having a reinstatement team that includes a dedicated project manager or remodeling consultant can help keep costs under control and keep your project on time without unnecessary miscommunication.

How much does reinstatement cost in Philippines?

Every client has different needs and requirements, and our process normally starts off with a no-obligation site survey to understand the extent of work required, where our managers will take time to understand the scope of work required before providing a formal quotation.
No two reinstatements are the same, and the cost is dependent on the scale of the project.

What does a typical commercial reinstatement entail?

Typically after some modification to existing commercial spaces to meet the tenant’s specific requirements, the responsibility lies with the tenant to get rid of all modifications and remove fixtures and renovation items that were installed in the space. These works commonly include:

  • Removing partition walls and false ceilings
  • Removing existing floor finishes
  • Relining and reinstating ceiling boards to an acceptable condition
  • Terminating power points and removing wiring, trunking, cables and data points installed in premises
  • Hacking and demolishing installed hollow block walls as well as any other minor structural work
  • Removing existing office furniture, cubicles, workstations
  • Relocating and reinstalling power points the original lighting
  • Dismantling and removing the compressor and the air-conditioning unit and relocating ducting
  • Dismantling and removing internal doors, curtains and blinds
  • Repainting the walls to the original colour