A StressFree Move: How to Move Your Office
Moving your office is no easy task, and it can be a stressful process if you don’t plan ahead and hire commercial moving services. There are many factors to consider when relocating an office such as what type of business you run, the size of the office space, how much furniture will need to be moved and how far away from your current location you want to move.
What type of business you run: If you are running a small startup company that has minimal furniture or equipment it may be easier and more cost effective for you to find temporary office space until the new location is finalized.
Size of the office space: Think about what size your new offices will need to be and how many desks there will be needed. It’s best not to oversize because if the move doesn’t work out then those extra square feet would go unused during any interim periods before another relocation attempt can take place. On the other hand, if there is an excess amount of floor area after all employees have been relocated than the extra space could be rented out.
How much furniture will need to be moved: If you are moving a large company, consider the type of office cubicles and desks that you have in your current location as this may affect how many pieces of furniture or equipment needs to be relocated with every individual move.
How far away from your current location do you want to go? This is an important question for small companies because it should help dictate what type of temporary work place can provide them everything they need including customer accessibility and proximity to public transit routes.