Category: Office Moves
Straining your back when moving heavy furniture is something no one wants to encounter. Whether you’ve decided to hire a qualified mover or do all the heavy lifting yourself, it really helps if you have the right equipment for moving heavy furniture. We’ll look into some of the tips you can use to move heavy furniture with ease.
An employer can decide to relocate for many reasons. Most of which are beneficial to the company. For example, if the company is not in a strategic position, if the company is merging with another company, or moving to an industrial location.
Whether you’re planning a domestic move or an office relocation, you’ll need to choose the right packaging for your belongings.
If you’re relocating or perhaps just need to store some extra stuff, there are many different types of storage units to choose from. So how do you pick the storage units that are right for you?
Moving an office means you have to pack, unpack and organise a new workspace. Use the moving tips to prepare for an office move successfully.
Business owners choose to relocate their offices for many reasons. They may want to lower their rental expenses, get better business growth opportunities, etc. Sometimes, it’s necessary to create a new branch or merge two companies.
Moving offices can feel like a full time job. From telling staff,
organising timelines and buying furniture, the process can become extremely time consuming. This is why we recommend using a project manager to run the move, so you can focus on running your company.
You may think that relocating your office following a period of growth for your company is just a necessary and time-consuming evil. However, there are many benefits to moving your business, from improving productivity to attracting new clients.
Whilst your IT equipment may seem like just another set of office furniture, far more care needs to be taken in relocating your hardware than any other item. Follow our checklist below for a flawless move.
Securing a new office space is often a huge relief for company owners, but your staff may be less than happy about changes to their routines and commutes. Here are our tips for breaking the news in the best way; making sure your team are just as excited as you are.