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To Move or Not to Move? That is the Question!

As a successful business owner you may find yourself in the position of needing to locate new office space. Whether you have outgrown your current space or simply need to downsize to reduce costs, moving offices can be an important and stressful phase in any company’s lifetime. If you have outgrown your current office space then staying put is simply not an option; but recognising when it is time to move can often be difficult for many business owners.

So how do you know when the right time to move is? Have a read through this list of tell-tale signs and see if you are ready to expand into a larger environment.

Limited Storage Space

The most obvious sign that you need to relocate is a lack of available storage space. If your filing cabinets and drawers are over-flowing then it may be time that you looked for alternative space. This is extremely important if you need to be keeping track of client information, tax records and other legal documents that can be lost in over-crowded storage solutions.

Employees Are on Top of Each Other

If your employees seem as though they are sitting on top of one another, this is another clear indication that you need to move office. Employees need personal space to work effectively, especially if they are working on the telephone. If your workers are too close together they can distract each other and get in each other’s way.

As well as this, having a cramped working environment can ensure there is nowhere in your office to hold a private conversation. This can be a huge disadvantage, especially if you have clients visiting.

Increasing Technology Requirements

You may need more space to accommodate your growing technology requirements, such as new computers or server equipment. Each new addition to your office must have adequate space around it to avoid overheating too, so that is more space being taken. As your technology becomes more sophisticated, so will your storage requirements.

Packed Break Room

All of your employees deserve a break, even you do too! Somewhere to sit and relax or stretch your legs, if you’re sat down all day, provides a welcome opportunity for your employees to unwind and de-stress. But if your break room is always packed out, your employees may start going elsewhere for their lunch hour. This can often lead to lateness on their return and a drop in productivity. Happy workers are productive workers so make sure you keep them happy during break time!

No Room for Meetings

Again, this one is an obvious indicator that you may need to relocate your office somewhere larger. If your meeting room is always full, or has basically been turned into an extension of your office, then it is definitely time to move. You need a space to conduct internal meetings, reviews and a place for clients to sit on their visit.

Parking Problems

Parking is always a challenge for many businesses across the UK, no matter how big or small they are. If you once had enough parking spaces for all of your employees, but are now starting to hear complaints on the matter, it may be time to look elsewhere. If there aren’t enough parking spaces, this is usually a good indication that there isn’t enough space in your office either.

Use a Professional Office Removals Service

Whatever the reason for your move, whether it is due to a lack of storage space or parking places, make sure to hire a professional office removals service to help with your move. Using such a service can ensure you avoid productivity loss and that the process runs as swiftly and smoothly as possible. This will keep distractions to a minimum and ensures your day-to-day activities carry on as normal. Get in touch today for more information.

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