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How to Hire an Office Mover
Every business or office will have to face relocation at least once. Whenever you’re faced with this kind of situation, you need to understand that the moving process in itself has to be taken seriously because if don’t, even the smallest issues or trouble could have major impact to your office’s transition to the new place. And considering that office moving is a pretty complex job, it means you need to hire a bunch of people who are really good at it. Keep in mind that even if many of your coworkers are suggesting that you can do the moving on your own and with their help, it never is a good idea since moving heavy and fragile stuff from one place to another is no do-it-yourself type of job.
Now the moment you decide it really is more practical to hire an office moving company, then continue reading this article to learn how to find the right one.
Get references first.
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Let’s jump to the point where you already have obtained a couple or more prospects. Now what you want to do is ask every prospect to give you a couple of references of the most recent jobs they performed. This is an essential step in the entire process of finding an office mover since not all moving companies will be completely honest with you and you could end up hiring one that is only equipped and capable of household and residential moves.
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Make sure they’re covered with insurance.
Next, don’t forget to ask about insurance coverage. To be completely certain, you can’t just agree or trust a verbal assurance; instead, you should require them to furnish and issue a certificate of insurance on their policy, which specifically names your business or company and the builder owner as “additionally insured.” The idea behind insurance is that you get the guarantee of protection against any damage towards your property during the performance of their job.
Request a plan of action.
Moving services, at least those that have years of experience, know that majority of their clients in the commercial setting will require the submission of a plan of action as well as the estimate of the project cost. So if one of your prospects refuses, move on to the next. The plan of action is a very important document because it explains how the moving company will do its job down to the littlest details that should include the number of people who will be working to move your office things, the equipment and vehicles to be used, as well as the estimated time for the job to be completed.
So you simply have to follow all those tips above in order to guarantee that you’re hiring the best out of all your prospects.