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FAQ

Do you handle Janitorial/Cleaning Services?

As a company, we understand the importance of having a clean working environment, and because of this we only hire janitorial/cleaning staff that meet the standard. We provide a professional janitorial service approach, thus ensuring no matter the size of your business you get the same standard always. Whether you are looking for daily, weekly or monthly cleans we have the janitorial package that meets the size of your business. If you are moving offices and need support in initial deep cleans we can assist

It there security at these facilities?

We offer tailored Security Service to our clients. As a company that prides itself on training and quality we can provide the service that corporate clients require. All our security operatives are fully screened, vetted and trained to international standards. Our security personnel provide a physical security presence to safeguard the client’s assets by way of protection of property. Our robust processes and procedures also minimize losses which may occur via accidents, theft, fire, explosion, damage or waste. Most importantly our team are an integral part of ensuring the safety of all is not compromised.

Is Grounds Care Services included?

Grounds care services needs experience, combined with the specialist knowledge and well-trained staff, have enabled to build an effective, long-term working partnerships with our clients. We offer wide-ranging services in all aspects of ground care. We pride ourselves on working with longstanding and happy customers by providing a consistently professional and approachable service.

How can I protect my business?

To protect your investment and long-term business interests, it is worth investigating and negotiating some potential add-on clauses to your lease. These might include:

• Sublease – This builds in some flexibility, allowing you to sublet your space to another business.
• Exclusivity clause – Prevents the landlord from leasing other spaces on the property to a direct competitor of yours.
• Co-tenancy – If the property’s anchor tenant closes business, a co-tenancy agreement can protect you from a potential loss of customers, allowing you to break the lease if the landlord does not replace the anchor tenant in a specified time period.

What is the Lease Agreement?

Lease term and rent are your first negotiation points. It is generally recommended that small businesses negotiate one- to two-year leases with the option to renew. You will also want to factor in rent increases over the term and renewal options so you are not charged with an unexpected rent increase without warning.

Consider working with a broker to help you negotiate with the landlord. It is also important to consult a knowledgeable real estate lawyer; they can often recommend the right choice for you and protect your interests as you negotiate your lease through the broker. Be sure to read over your lease in detail and hire an attorney who specializes in commercial real estate to walk you through the clauses and fine print.

What Expenses should I expect?

In addition to your monthly lease payment, find out what expenses you may incur beyond rent. Commercial real estate landlords often incorporate extra expenses into the lease such as maintenance fees, upkeep for shared facilities (Common Area Maintenance or CAM), etc. Other expenses to consider are utilities. These charges are usually the responsibility of the tenant, so find out how these are measured. Are they individually metered or apportioned by square footage? Ask to see these “hidden fees” and policies as well as examples of costs that are typically incurred by tenants.

How dose Commercial Maintenance and repair work?

While residential leasing often places the burden of maintenance and upkeep on the shoulders of the landlord, commercial leases are different. Commercial leases vary regarding maintenance and repair – some stipulate that the tenant is responsible for all property upkeep and repairs while others specify that the tenant is responsible for systems like air conditioning, plumbing, etc.

What Is I Default?

Should you default on your lease payments, there are steps you can take during the lease negotiation process to protect yourself. Find out what the lease agreement states. Will you be locked out immediately? Will the landlord initiate eviction proceedings? Can you negotiate more time? Could you pay only the current month’s rent instead of the remaining amount owed on the lease?