Corperate Moving Guide
Tips For Your Commercial Move
Here are a few more items to tick off of your list:
At the one month mark and counting, you should be packing up unused equipment, fragile and sensitive items, and emptying filing cabinets.
Start an organized list of employee workstations and have them pack up any personal items. Make a note of their computer serial numbers and any other employee-specific equipment that will need tracking.
If you have a building manager or share space with other commercial tenants be sure to advise them of your moving date so they can minimize any potential disruption to their businesses.
Things will start to feel a bit more real at this point. This step involves plenty of administrative tasks.
Be sure to book accommodations if the move is out of town with a gap before taking possession of your new home. Book refundable rates with plenty of wiggle room should you need to make adjustments.
Contact prospective insurance brokers to organize tenancy insurance or homeowner’s insurance as well as automotive. If you’re not switching providers, be sure to update them of your new address and contact information as soon as possible.
If you’re switching family doctors, be sure to ask your current family doctor for recommendations in your new area or place yourself on your new province’s waiting list if applicable.