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Fit Out vs. Renovation: What’s the Difference?

A Fit-out refers to the process of designing and installing various features and amenities in a premise to make it functional, appealing, and comfortable for employees and visitors. These features may include partitions, lighting, flooring, furniture, audio-visual systems, and other office equipment.


The primary purpose of a fit-out is to create a space that meets the specific needs and requirements of a business. For instance, if an organization is expanding, it may require extra space to accommodate additional staff, and a fit-out can help create a layout that is conducive to efficient work processes.


On the other hand, a renovation refers to restoring or improving an existing building or space. In most cases, a renovation involves altering the structure, layout, or appearance of a building or space to meet specific needs or modernize it. A renovation can also involve repairing damages or upgrading existing systems, such as electrical or plumbing.


Unlike fit-outs, renovations are usually more extensive and may require more resources and time to complete. For instance, renovating an office may involve tearing down walls, installing new plumbing systems, or replacing old electrical systems.


In summary, while fit-outs and renovations serve similar purposes, they have different procedures and objectives. A fit-out focuses on customizing a space to meet specific needs, while renovations aim to restore or modernize an existing space.

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