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Moving an office may present more challenges than a typical home move. Whether your business is upsizing or downsizing, these tips can help you make the transition as smooth as possible.

  1. Give Yourself the Gift of Time

Unlike apartments, it is very common for installations to be needed in order to prepare the building you’re renting for a move. Depending on your businesses needs, some work may have to be done that requires installation such as phone lines, internet, setting up furniture, and whatever else might be unique to your office. We recommend giving yourself at least 6 months to search so that you have plenty of time to make necessary renovations before you need to move in.

  1. Decide What to Keep

Whether you’re moving for a fresh start or not, it is important to decide what you want to keep and what you want to get rid of before your move. The decision to buy all new supplies and furniture is a big one. Consider comparing the cost of selling your furniture vs moving it. Plan ahead for your square footage confinements, if you’re upsizing, consider the size of your furniture in the new space.

  1. Get Estimates Early

With all of the details and logistics involved with an office move, make sure to get estimates ahead of time. Last minute planning may increase your costs considering the move is much larger than a typical home move. Getting estimates early can also provide you with a more in-depth look at what costs are associated with the move and where the money you’re spending will be allocated.

  1. Make a Checklist

Sometimes a move, especially an office move, can have a lot of complexities involved. Creating a checklist with a guarantee that when the big day comes you are prepared and don’t run into any last minute surprises.

-confirm availability with moving companies, service providers, IT, etc to make sure everyone is prepared for the day of.

-plan ahead for your utility company and always double check that they will be available when you need them

-create a timeline for renovations that might be needed in the new space

-compare the old and new spaces and try to consider any challenges that you might face while moving into the space

  1. Leave the hard work up to us!