Time planning is one of the most vital aspects of moving an office; planning a schedule for an office move is even more important than for a residential relocation. You should get yourself a moving notebook, come up with an organized list of all office equipment that will need to be moved, and allocate appropriate time to every part of the relocation task.
Effective time planning is vital for a lot of office owners due to the fact that an active business has to experience some degree of financial loss as a result of the relocation process, as well as the level of difficulty when it comes to reliably serving existing customers. To make sure that only the absolute minimum level of financial loss is incurred and to make sure that your company will be able to get back to work as soon as possible, reasonable times need to be allocated to each aspect of the move and this schedule should be strictly adhered to. Include your moving company in the creation of a moving plan.
It is sometimes possible to move a small office without using a moving company if you have no bulky furniture and only a small amount of equipment. Any larger, however, and it is extremely advisable to call in the services of a professional moving company.
To make the choice you should work out the financial loss that could result from a self move versus the cost of using a moving company.