Ideally, any potential Tenant / End User will land here first. The reason is quite obvious. The cost of industrial warehouses for rent is typically one of the top two expenses for any business. And like in so many other business scenarios, especially with industrial space, please keep in mind that the cheapest option is quite commonly not the most cost-effective solution.
Too often a building or warehouse space is selected and committed to without the benefit and scrutiny of proper due diligence. This is specifically why, on numerous occasions, the West Coast Warehouse Consultants site mentions or addresses this specific matter.
In order to make an informed decision…don’t you need to know the key details?
Over time both the building space and the Codes that control the permit processes required for occupancy evolve. The Tenant / End User must simply know, certainly have as reference, the technical details of a building long before they are able to negotiate a smart deal for themselves.
Be especially aware with the older buildings. This is really any building of any age that was not built to the most current of UBC & NFPA codes or standards as of today.
If involved, WCWC’s role is to make our Customers the most informed possible as they navigate their way through this important process. Your intended use of warehouse space is an important factor. The basic “bones and “as builts” of the building are a very critical consideration when negotiating warehouse space.
Building Lessors or Brokers know their business as it is their core business! Equip and prepare yourself accordingly. WCWC serves as your advocate with the extensive experience to support you during the process of acquiring warehouses for your business’ successful operation.