When it comes to rehabilitating a multifamily apartment building, interior upgrades are an essential part of the process. Not only do they enhance the look and feel of the units, but they can also increase their value and appeal to potential renters. From simple cosmetic changes to major renovations, there are plenty of ways to upgrade the interior of an apartment building.

One of the most popular upgrades is to replace outdated fixtures, such as lighting or faucets. This can give the units a more modern look and feel, and even help reduce energy costs. Another popular upgrade is to install new flooring, which can make a big difference in the overall appearance of the unit. Carpeting, hardwood, or luxury vinyl tile are all good options that can withstand heavy foot traffic.

Other interior upgrades can include fresh paint, updated appliances, and new window treatments. In some cases, it may also be necessary to update the plumbing or electrical systems, especially in older buildings. Overall, investing in interior upgrades can help attract and retain high-quality tenants, and ultimately increase the value of your multifamily property.

  • Interior Painting
  • Sheetrock Repair
  • Tape/Float and Texture
  • Countertop Replacement
  • Make-Ready Support and Upgrades
  • Water Intrusion Remediation
  • Lighting and Plumbing Fixtures
  • Appliances and Installation
  • Washer/Dryer Connections
  • Flooring and Subfloor Repair
  • Cabinet Repair/Replacement
  • Cabinet Painting/Hardware Replacement
  • HVAC Servicing/Replacement