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If you are relocating your business then you are in desperate need of capable office movers. Where do you begin the search? For starters, let’s begin with some important questions to ask the moving company to determine if they are the right office movers for you.
FAQ for Office Movers
How long have you been in business?
We all appreciate up and coming businesses; however they don’t always have a track record to proof they are trustworthy. A company in business for over 10 years has most likely stayed in business for a reason.
Do you move on the weekends or after hours?
Moving your business during non-working hours can save money. Your business suffers no loss of revenue being closed during regular non-working hours. If paying office movers an hourly rate you might keep the cost down; the movers will be more efficient not having to compete for loading space or elevators during non-working hours. Not to mention you won’t be a nuisance to your neighbors.
Protect yourself and confirm the office movers carry the required insurance. This should include worker’s comp and general liability. Realize you are entrusting your business to this company, even if for a few hours, so make sure you are protected in the event any accidents or damage occurs.
Do you move PCs, heavy electronics, or even a server room?
If you’re like most businesses, you rely heavily your data center or server room. Without the Internet or access to the company database your business operations can come to a standstill. Inquire about the moving techniques to relocate such equipment. Some moving companies might have a special crew just for handling such time sensitive equipment.
Do you provide assistance to plan the office move?
If you are a first-time mover it would be wise to seek professional help to plan the move. Professional office movers will usually have consultants that can visit your place of business and offer suggestions that can help the move go smoothly.
What training does your labor staff undergo?
Be aware there is a vast difference between a professionally trained officer mover and a company that just hires people that can lift 100 pounds. Inquire about the staff and their training process. The answers you receive will reveal if the office movers that show up on moving day know how to properly pack a truck, bubble wrap valuable equipment, and safely maneuver furnishing without injury to you, your staff, or even them selves.
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