The fit-outs are pieces of furniture equipment used to decorate or to be part of a building as fitments. They make houses suitable to be occupied by human beings. They are mostly used in residential homes or offices to make them comfortable for employees to work in or to be lived in.


Fitouts exist in two types which include type A and type B fit-outs

The type A fit-outs are the primary fit-outs on ceilings, windows or shelves. This is where the fittings and fixtures have not yet been used, for example, the partitions. Space can be used as it is but for comfort, promoting confidentiality or teamwork. This can be said to be the construction of a shell with not much done in it. The floor, walls, incomplete ceilings exist but lack systems like power sockets, lifts and the power distribution systems. In most of the times, type A fit-outs are done by the owner of the house and the type B fit-outs are done by the tenant because the different officeholders may not have the same preferences for their spaces.


Type B fit-outs are where all the final systems are fit into the unfinished room. At this stage, the holder has everything he may want to be installed into the room. These are the lighting systems, air-conditioning systems, audio and communication systems, security systems, kitchen and its various equipment, dining furniture,  and the meeting halls.

Type B fit-outs being the final stage of space improvements have their advantages.


They help to communicate better because when the network and other communication systems are installed, the staff can easily communicate with other workers, suppliers and other stakeholders of the organisation which improves the business performance and presents faster ways of doing things. Where teamwork is essential among the workers, then it is made possible by the use of advanced fit-outs where workers have a room where they can share ideas and improve their work as a group due to the collaboration. They may also be used to ensure that practice is private, especially where sensitive documents are to be stored. Their security can also be enhanced by the use of installed security systems where most advanced security systems capture voice and physical intrusions and may send to the concerned person even if out of the space like during his or the weekends.

The commercial fitouts help to improve the morale of the workers because it keeps them comfortable as they carry out their tasks. This helps to reduce exhaustion on the workers so they can do some more work for the same amount of time. This makes the workers also feel valued and appreciated by the employers so they may be retained at that organisation.


They also help to improve productivity. Where employees are happy And comfortable, they work better and harder, which is a benefit to the employer because it translates to increased output. The workers would not even feel overworked or undervalued. They are, therefore, motivated to work. The necessary fit-outs can solve factors like temperature, lighting, noise and insecurity, so they work better under the improved conditions. The supervisor would also have an easy time supervising his group of workers by the use of surveillance systems.


Clock systems can be installed to ensure that the workers sign themselves into the workplace without necessarily having to meet the supervisor to sign them in.


There are cases where the law may require individual institutions to have.

specific systems. This could be to ensure that people are safeguarded or feel comfortable. The institutions and organisations, therefore, have to comply with them to ensure that they do not fall into the wrong side of the law, which may consequently cause loss of time and money in times of legal matters. Such may be in schools, factories, hospitals or residential homes where authorities like the insurance firms may put regulations for the owners to comply with specific regulations. Otherwise, they may be denied certain privileges like loss of insurance compensation in case of damages caused by the absence of the security systems advised by insurance firms.


Therefore, fit-outs should not be seen as unimportant or wastage of business or personal finances because their benefits outweigh the funds used on them.