Construction Debris Removal
The commercial moving and construction debris removal team of Suburban Solutions have built a solid reputation in providing our customers with the most professional moving services covering all their needs. Our commercial moving and construction debris removal team can help your company with packing, moving, furniture assembly, unpacking, and more. We do all the heavy work, allowing you to focus on keeping your company running smoothly during this hectic transition.
While there are many factors that go into the move itself, commercial moves also involve other issues that a company may need to address when they are changing locations. The following are some tips to help keep things organized. For more detailed information and assistance, call our office at your earliest convenience.
Plan New Location Layout
One of the most important steps you can take to keep your commercial move organized is to plan out the floorplan for the new location. This will give you an idea of where furniture and office equipment will go or even if your current furniture will work at the new location. Trying to make a floorplan after moving in or before you have hired a company for construction debris removal for any remodeling that was done – and running into potential obstacles – can really hinder getting everyone settled in and focused on business again.
Not only do you want to order new furniture and equipment you need beforehand, but you also want to remember to order extra keys, parking passes, and other employee essentials to have on hand already before the actual move date.
Switching utilities from one residence to another is much easier than switching utilities from one commercial location to another. Unlike residential properties, where utilities are kept on (usually billed to the property owner) even when the building is empty, it is often standard practice for the utilities in commercial buildings to be fully disconnected between tenants. Make sure to give the utility companies enough notice of your move. Also, the new location may need installation of equipment or wiring that your company needs that is currently not installed in the building.
One of the most important issues that a business changing locations is to make sure that they update both current customers and potential customers of their move. This is particularly important if your business is the type of establishment that relies on walk-in clients or customers, such as salons, retail stores, and restaurants. Updating your company’s new location in both online and offline directories is critical. Some areas to update include:
- Your company’s website
- Your company’s social media sites
- Industry-specific directories
- Review sites, such as Yelp, TripAdvisor, Angie’s List, and other websites
- Google, Bing, and other search engine maps
This is also the time to order any new marketing materials which will be needed. Business cards, flyers, menus, or any other marketing items that contain the old address and other information should be discarded. Not only is it considered unprofessional, but it can also be confusing to your customers.
Call Our Commercial Moving and Construction Debris Removal Team for Help
If you are looking for a commercial moving company to help with your move, contact several companies to obtain estimates. Make sure the company is licensed and is not just a fly-by-night company. There are far too many scam moving companies out there, so it is important to do due diligence. Ask other business owners for referrals, research online for reviews on Yelp, BBB, and social media.
To make your move as stress-free as possible – whether a residential or commercial move – is to hire a professional moving company to take care of all of these issues for you. If you need help with a commercial move or construction debris removal, let Suburban Solutions help you will all your moving needs.