How does the trading LFA work?
Trade in the LFA is well developed in Kharkov and other large cities. One of its main advantages is the lower rental cost, in contrast to premises in full-fledged buildings. Their production technology and design features provide a comfortable environment for the sale of a wide variety of products.
Many entrepreneurs have appreciated their practicality, durability and presentable appearance. The opportunity to carry out all the necessary communications in the LFA made this commercial property even more popular among entrepreneurs, as it expanded the range of goods and services sold.
Among the main components of kiosks and trade pavilions are the following:
• Frame. Consists of lightweight metal shaped pipes (treated with an anti-corrosion compound), fixed with welding seams;
• Walls and floor. Made of sandwich panels (average thickness 70 mm) containing expanded polystyrene (insulation), most often the floor thickness is greater than that of the walls; tiles are used as flooring;
• Roof. Basically, it is a single-pitched false roof made of profiling sheets;
• Door. Usually metal-plastic, with insulated lining and glazing;
• Window. A single-chamber double-glazed unit is used (consisting of 2 fixed glasses), equipped with an insulated lining;
• Parapet and plinth. Aluminum composite panels are used for them;
The main advantages of renting trade pavilions
• Rent of premises is much cheaper in comparison with other types of retail real estate;
• Possibility to supply electricity and ensure the operation of the necessary equipment;
• Stability of the structure and its materials to various weather conditions (temperature and humidity drops);
• In most cases, trade pavilions have specially designated areas for outdoor advertising.