Industrial Unit Leasing Checklist

Are you looking for an industrial unit to let in Yorkshire? If you are, today you are in luck – as we are going to be providing an industrial unit leasing checklist so that those looking for units can learn exactly what they should be looking for.

Many people looking to lease industrial units don’t straight away know all of the things that they should be looking out for, instead focusing on one or two aspects. Choosing an industrial unit to lease however is a very important decision for one to make and there are many different things that should be considered, from air conditioning to parking and more…

If you want to lease an industrial unit and want to ensure that you don’t run into any problems, here are just a few of the things that you should be thinking about…

Industrial Unit leasing Considerations

Heating and air conditioning – Heating and air conditions are incredibly important to industrial units, this is why you will unlikely be able to find one without. This is a great thing, however what you need to ensure, is that you know who is responsible for these units should any problems occur. Heating and air conditioning can be expensive to fix and where possible you should try to find a unit where this is covered within the maintenance package.

Operating expenses – Before looking at any buildings you need to ensure that understand what isn’t and what is included in operations costs. When looking for your business to succeed it is vital that you look to save money where possible. Operating costs typically include taxes, insurance and maintenance however this can vary from building to building so it is important that you ask.

Square footage and size – Of course you need to make sure that you have enough space for your staff and operations. First of all choose a building that is a suitable square footage, remembering that different landlords measure this differently. It can sometimes be a good idea to measure buildings for yourself. You also need choose an industrial unit that is high enough for what you are going to be doing and any shelves that you are going to have.

Location and loading areas – If you are going to be having products delivered or picked up you to ensure that you have sufficient space for this and that you are not going to be causing an inconvenience to those around you. You also need to consider where you want your industrial unit to be located considering where you staff live and how easily they are going to be able to get to work, how your clients are going to be able to get to visit you and more.

These are only some of the considerations in which you need to make too. Sit down and make a list of what you want and need before you start looking to avoid wasting your own time.

Jeremy Wend

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