Why Commercial Removals Are Hot Right Now
Some businesses have sadly had to lock their doors for the last time. Others face the dilemma of having to adjust or go bust and firms offering commercial removals face a manic few months.
Business owners and bosses have had to make difficult decisions in the last twelve months in a bid to survive.
The main consideration is money and figuring out what cuts might need to made and what financial help is available.
The second is potentially changing businesses practices. The government working from home order could end, but some companies are set to allow at least some of their staff to work from home permanently.
Some companies have hybrid working plans and insurance firm Aviva adopted this practice during the third lockdown in January. Relocation is also something that will become more regular too.
Here’s why commercial removals are needed:
Some business owners might reduce their office size by up to 20% or cut their running costs. In Wiltshire, some organisations have slashed their overheads by moving into the same building together.
Some essential businesses have grown to the stage that they can and need to move premises to cope with demand. A mobility firm in Bournemouth boomed despite the three national lockdowns and a Cumbrian charity is moving due to an expansion in its services. We even managed to successfully move to our larger current office at St Ives in October.
In small towns and villages, organisations are vital. That’s why a mental health charity in Devon and a pharmacy in Derbyshire have decided to relocate so they can be more central and closer to the communities they serve.
If you’re a business that is relocating, downsizing or expanding, then we can help you. Our team at CBS Removals project manage all moves from beginning to end and ensure items get moved safely.
Get a quote from us today and find out more about how we carry out commercial removals with our expert Lewis.