Schedule of Dilapidations
If you are moving premises and the landlord presents a Schedule of Dilapidations which details areas of disrepair, or items requiring redecoration or alterations that need reinstating, we can assist with this.
A Schedule of Dilapidations records the works required to be undertaken to a property in order that the property is put into the physical state in which it would have been had the tenant complied with its covenants or obligations within the Lease of the property.
Examples of works required in a Schedule of Dilapidations:
To the suspended ceiling there are a small number of tiles that are damaged or stained.
Remove all all damaged or stained tiles and replace with new to match the existing.
The Tenant has installed a number of partitions that are fitted to the underside of the suspended ceiling grid.
Replace all damaged ceiling tiles with new to match the existing once the partitioning systems are removed.
The previously painted surfaces including walls, timber and metal work items are in need of decoration.
Thoroughly clean down to remove all soiling, prepare and redecorate. Redecoration
A number of the recessed electrical floor boxes are damaged and have been marked with ‘black & yellow’ hazard warning tape. Execute thorough repairs to leave in good working order.