Office Relocation: How to Reduce the Stress of an Office Move


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Moving homes can be a big challenge, but many would argue that relocating an entire office brings an even greater challenge. When you factor in the office chairs, desks, and endless amount of office supplies, there is a considerable amount of items to organize and pack up. Furthermore, there is your staff to think about which could range from 5 people to well over 100 depending on the size of your company. Regardless of size, your employees will need guidance throughout the relocation process, as they work to get situated and organized in their new work-space. 

If you’re wondering how to make your next office relocation a success, hiring a commercial moving service in Augusta is a great place to start. The right relocation company will ensure the job is done efficiently and with ease. The professional movers at ADSI Moving Systems are here to help remove stressful tasks from your to-do list, help you stay organized, and keep your move on track. 

Your move can be a positive experience if you are properly prepared. So with that said, let’s take a look at some key advice. 

Take Time to Tour the New Office Setting 

One of the most critical office relocation tips is to take time to properly walk through your new office before you begin moving in. Once you are familiar with the available space, you’ll get a better handle on ways in which you can best organize the area, including effective space planning. Having this early insight means you won’t be scrambling to rearrange desks and chairs once you’re settled in, saving you hassle and of course time, in the long-run. 

Always Stick to a Floor Plan 

It’s best to refer to your specific floor plan when initially making your way into your new office space. Sure, the physical space will offer some guidance but it’s best to stick to the floor plan to verify you do in fact have room for all your office furniture and supplies. Following this, if you require additional furniture or need to downsize your belongings, you can plan accordingly.

Do Your Best to Estimate Unforeseen Costs 

Added fees associated with moving can have an impact on budget planning.. Ask a professional mover for advice as to what would be considered an unforeseen cost during a move and make sure you have a full picture of what is included in your moving estimate. 

Costs like service transfer fees, cleaning fees, specialty equipment relocation costs (like required maintenance and prep for relocating large equipment) can add up. Set aside cash reserves to have available for emergencies and unforeseen costs during your office move.

Update Addresses Prior to the Move 

Always update your address ahead of time, both on physical business material and on the web. Be sure to note the location change directly on your website so that anyone searching for your company online will be made well aware of your new location and address. It’s a good idea to also leave a disclaimer on your voicemail and include them in your email signature, so anyone who regularly contacts your business will be advised of your location change and exactly when it will take effect. 

Hire a Professional Team of Movers 

The final and most important moving tip? Hire the team at ADSI Moving Systems for excellent service and dependable moving professionals. You won’t be disappointed with our moving services. We have significant experience in relocating both office and industrial equipment and we’ve been doing it for more than 50 years! With every move, our priority is ensuring your goods are moved safely and smoothly to your new location. When searching for an office move provider ask these questions.

For more information on the benefits of hiring an office mover, read here. For detailed tips to prepare for your office move, check out these tips. 

Contact us today to learn more about our commercial moving solutions. Ready to schedule a walkthrough with our experts? Call 706-793-0186!

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