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Strip Out London Dilapidations
Retail Strip Out and Dilapidations Service
Strip Out London Dilapidations
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Office Strip Out and Dilapidations Contract
Strip Out London Dilapidations

Are you a landlord or tenant in need of a reliable dilapidations specialist in London? Look no further!

At Stripout London Dilapidations, we have over 20 years of experience in the industry, providing expert advice and solutions for all your dilapidations needs. Whether you're a landlord looking to protect your investment or a tenant in need of guidance on your legal obligations, we've got you covered.

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Our team of highly-skilled professionals are knowledgeable in all aspects of dilapidations, and we provide a comprehensive range of services, including:

  • Dilapidations surveys

  • Lease negotiation and agreement reviews

  • Dispute resolution and litigation support

  • Building strip out and demolition

  • Repair and reinstatement works


We understand the importance of avoiding disputes and ensuring that your rights are protected, and we work closely with you to achieve a fair and mutually-beneficial outcome.


Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help you. With Stripout London Dilapidations, you can have peace of mind knowing that your dilapidations needs are in the best hands.

At Stripout London Dilapidations, we provide top-notch services for both dilapidations and strip outs in London and the South East of England.

Whether you're a landlord looking to protect your investment or a tenant in need of a complete property transformation, we've got you covered.

Our team of highly-skilled professionals is equipped with the latest equipment and technology to tackle even the most complex projects. Our services include:

  • Dilapidations surveys and reporting

  • Strip out and clearance services

  • Repairs and reinstatement works

  • Dilapidation and Repair Services 

  • Site clearance and recycling

  • Cladding replacement, repair and cleaning

  • General cleaning

  • Roofing repairs

  • Building works and repairs

  • Asbestos removal

  • Timber or metal stud partitioning

  • Doors and windows replacement or refurbishment

  • Utility installations

  • Suspended ceiling removal or refurbishment

  • Mezzanine floor removals

  • Plastering, rendering and dry lining

  • Protective floor coatings

  • Shot blasting, floor preparation and concrete repairs

  • Protective Roof coatings

  • Toilet / Wet room refurbishments and re-fits

  • Kitchen and bathrooms

  • Window Spraying

  • Hard landscaping, paving, tarmac and line marking

  • Internal and external decoration

  • Fire assessment and fire prevention installations

  • Floor coverings


With our extensive knowledge of the industry and commitment to customer satisfaction, you can trust us to get the job done right.

Get in touch with us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can help you transform your property. At Stripout London Dilapidations, we guarantee quality workmanship and a hassle-free experience."


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  3. Dilapidations repair works

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  5. Commercial property dilapidations

  6. Dilapidations in lease agreements

  7. Strip out services

  8. Property refurbishment

  9. Building repair and maintenance

  10. Property transformation

  11. Tenant improvement works

  12. Leasehold property management

  13. Dispute resolution and litigation support

  14. Comprehensive dilapidations solutions

  15. Dilapidations surveys and reporting.

What are Dilapidations?


Dilapidation's are works to replace a commercially leased space back to its owner in the original form as when it was leased.


In a commercial lease, “dilapidation's” are damages or defects to a property which a tenant is legally obliged to put right under the terms of their lease.

If applicable, a landlord can make a dilapidation's claim against the tenant either during or at the end of the term of the lease.  The dilapidation's claim should set out the repairs required to the property and then usually the tenant would rectify the damage themselves, or if not, the landlord will make the repairs and re-charge the tenant for their costs (which can include loss of rent). Alternatively, the landlord could claims for damages, forfeiture or specific performance, if the lease allows.


Stripout London help owners and occupiers to assess the dilapidation requirements by carrying out a full survey and if required undertaking the strip out, demolition and reinstatement works.


We recently completed dilapidations works for our client NFON at their Uxbridge offices which included a strip out of all partitions back to the core and then replacement of skirtings, matching of paint colors, floor tiles and ceiling tiles to ensure the building owner was happy with the condition of the office space upon completion of the lease.

Below is a list of some of the potential elements for an office dilapidation project:

  1. Documentation and Reporting:

    • Start with a thorough assessment and documentation of the current condition of the office space. This forms the basis for planning subsequent works and serves as a reference during dispute resolution.

  2. Removal of Partitioning:

    • Dismantling and removal of office partitions or dividers early in the process allows for easier access to other areas that require attention.

  3. Furniture and Fixtures:

    • Removal of tenant-owned furniture and fixtures to clear the workspace for other repairs and improvements.

  4. Flooring:

    • Address flooring issues, including removal, repair, or replacement of floor finishes, which can generate dust and debris.

  5. Redecoration:

    • Repainting walls, ceilings, and doors can be done after flooring to prevent paint splatter on new or refurbished floors.

  6. Doors and Windows:

    • Repair or replacement of damaged doors and windows is often scheduled next to maintain security and weatherproofing.

  7. Cabinetry and Built-Ins:

    • Repairing or replacing damaged cabinetry and built-in units follows the painting phase.

  8. Ceiling Systems:

    • Repair or replacement of damaged ceiling components, including tiles or panels, comes after other interior works.

  9. Electrical Systems:

    • Inspection and repair of electrical systems can be done next to ensure safe and functional wiring.

  10. Plumbing and HVAC Systems:

    • Inspection and maintenance of plumbing and HVAC systems follow electrical work.

  11. Kitchen and Breakroom:

    • Repairs or upgrades to kitchen and breakroom areas should be conducted at this stage.

  12. Restrooms:

    • Maintenance and repairs of restroom fixtures are typically scheduled toward the end of interior works.

  13. Fire and Safety Systems:

    • Fire alarm system checks and safety equipment updates are performed after other electrical work.

  14. Security Systems:

    • Inspection and maintenance of security systems can be conducted once other interior works are complete.

  15. Exterior and Landscaping:

    • Exterior building repairs and landscaping are typically addressed toward the end of the project.

  16. Environmental Considerations:

    • Asbestos and lead paint testing and remediation, if required, can be scheduled at any point in the project but often occur early to ensure safety.

  17. Final Cleaning:

    • Thorough cleaning of the entire office space, including dust and debris removal, is one of the final steps to prepare for handover.

  18. Final Inspection:

    • A detailed inspection ensures all work is completed to standard before handing over the space to the landlord or next tenant.

  19. Project Management:

    • Project management is an ongoing process throughout the project to coordinate all elements, ensure adherence to timelines, and manage costs effectively.

This order of works is a general guideline and can vary based on the specific requirements of the office space and the project timeline.

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