While a lot of attention is given to safely moving your assets during a business relocation, some focus must also be directed towards protecting non-movable stuff. This includes your building’s floors, walls, carpets, stairs, and elevators, which are all exposed to the risk of damage during the moving process. The floors, walls, and fixed elements could get scraped, dinged, and shattered. As a tenant, it is your responsibility to ensure the safety of the building’s structure and its components. This will help you avoid paying for damages and gracefully leave your old office. Not to mention, this hassle becomes a waste of time and money, especially when the landlord refuses to return your deposit or file for legal charges.
Having professional movers such as Business Relocation Services is your safest option for building protection. A reliable, insured, and experienced mover will give you peace of mind that everything is handled carefully. Moreover, our expert packers and movers have the right tools to make sure that your belongings, as well as the building’s structure, will never be damaged.
Business Relocation Services Can Provide Building Protection
Moving your business can be physically and mentally stressful. And it’s even more difficult if you don’t have any experience or help from an expert. To avoid any additional hassles such as structural damages during the move, hire Business Relocation Services. Here are the things we can do for the safety of your old or new building.
The sharp edges and weight of your furniture are major concerns if you want to keep your floor protected. If you drop or drag the furniture, it can scrape the floor and puncture or crack the tiles. At Business Relocation Services, we make sure to pad your furniture and use floor guards before lifting or moving it. We also have moving blankets and cardboard boxes to keep your furniture from causing floor damage during the move. If needed, we can disassemble your furniture to make it lighter, easier to move around, and less prone to causing accidents.