During all seasons of the year, businesses here and there are on the move. There are relocations going on all the time, even in the colder winter months – although the warmer months of the year are popular times for moving. If you are a business owner and a pending relocation of your company is on the docket, there is an excellent solution to get it done in a feasible and efficient manner. That solution is to hire a premier provider among the many available local area office moving companies. Baton Rouge is home to dependable movers that have the resources and skills to help your business make the move.
A relocation is definitely a significant undertaking. Theirs is often nothing small or easy about the work. Business relocations can pose even greater challenges and complexities that some residential relocations due to the nature of the equipment that must be unhooked, packed and transported – let alone the unpacking and installation that is required thereafter.
Commercial Office Moving Services
Below you will find a brief explanation of some of the services provided by office moving companies.
The personnel who work for office movers are trained to perform certain tasks that may not normally fall under the scope or requirements of a basic residential relocation. As well, these moves require the right kind of planning and preparation before they are executed. Companies want to avoid downtime and it is important for the mover to stay on schedule with the tasks of the project.
Some reliable office moving companies will provide a point person, or single point of contact. This is the individual who represents the company to you. This person will be responsible for keeping you up-to-date on what is happening with your relocation, as well as answering your questions and taking your requests.
Other services provided by office moving companies can include: files and records moving, electronic equipment disconnect and reconnect, floor plan design, warehousing, post move cleaning services, asset management, facility protection and asset auctions.
Vetting and Selecting a Mover
Evaluate the service offerings of your potential mover and ask for references of past work done. You may also want to check the Better Business Bureau for a company rating from that organization and/or check with friends and loved ones who may have received services from the company in the past.