How to pick a removal company for your office move
Feb 23. 2016
If you are moving office, it is likely you will have organised the main aspects such as finding new premises with a great location for a great prices, but very few think about factoring in costs for an office relocation in to their move budget. Trying to move all of your own office equipment, furniture, specilaist machinery and stock could result in being very time consuming and could lead to potential damage to your items. The best way to ensure a seemless move is to use a professional moving company who specialise in office removals.
Moving business can be stressful and you will want to get back to work as quickly as possible to ensure you are productively working and earning money sooner rather than later.
But how do you choose the correct company for your business move?
- Use an accredited mover. Always use a member from the British Association of Removers this will ensure your move goes smoothly and having peace of mind that comes from using a professional mover when moving your business which could cost thousands if something went wrong. Also, in the unlikely event that something goes wrong you’ve got someone to turn to.
- Get a few quotes. Price may be an important factor on who you choose so you may wish to get a few quotes so you can compare price and get an idea on what you should be paying, however remember to compare like for like services, sometimes a quote is cheaper simply because you are not receiving the same level of service from your removal company.
- Ask them the right questions. Your move coordinator should work closely with you to understand your requirements and create a personalised move plan thats suitable for your needs. By asking the right questions on what services will be provided, how long the move will take, what packing materials or specialist equipment they have available, will they follow a floorplan to put your furniture and equipment back in to place in your new offices etc. Your move coordinationar should also be able to give you advice and also give you confidence in potentially using the mover.
- Ask for recent testimonials. If you are still unsure on a mover they should always be able to provide you with a recent customer testimonials or case studies from similar business moves they have completed. Asking a customer on their experience of moving with a company is useful as it gives you a second opinion before you make your decision.
For more information on office moving, or to get a competitive quote for your upcoming office move, why not contact us on 01902 714555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.