People move offices for many reasons: cheaper rent, a more convenient location, a change of scenery, a desire to shift the office culture, or just because they can.
Moving into a new office can offer your company the chance to start anew and push on with a fresh attitude to the way you run your business. But – as we all know – it is possibly one of the most stressful things in the world.
Self-storage can assist you with your office move or refurb, making it more efficient and less stressful. Here’s why…
It can save you money
During many office moves, businesses big or small have lost money when snags occur.
If one part of the operation is delayed and you’re left in limbo, not having a place to store your goods could well prove costly.
By renting a storage unit to temporary store your office furniture or archives while renovations are happening or the big move is being finalised, you’ll ultimately save money.
Move everything out while you redecorate or wait for your new office space to become available and you’ll avoid damage to your office furniture, equipment, and supplies.
A storage unit is easy to access and will help keep everything neat and organised (read: far away from dust and paint splashes).
So, if you’re looking for an archiving solution, a storage unit can enable you to archive all of those documents in a safe environment that’s easy to access when you need them.
It can make things more efficient
By adding self-storage into your office move strategy, you’ll be able to make the whole operation far more methodically by avoiding the need to move everything from A to B in one fell swoop.
With the possibility to store a certain amount of your inventory in a separate place during the move, you’ll be able to break it into digestible segments, making it a whole lot more efficient as a result.
You will be able to take your time and make sure to do things thoroughly, which can only result in a smooth and successful move.
So, if you’re about to embark on a big office move or refurb and you could use a helping hand, do get in touch.
And if you need guidance on how to go about your big move, check out our moving checklist for a smooth move.