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Office and Business Moving Company in Austin, Texas

The logistics of office relocation can be complicated. Let professional Texas office movers take charge of your corporate move to Houston, Dallas, Austin or San Antonio. Our experienced crews know what it takes to relocate your office within your timeline. We treat every item, from sensitive electronic equipment to desk chairs, with the same high degree of care. Trust our Texas movers to get you there securely so you can get up and running again in record time. Call us today to get a free, no obligation quote for our services.

 

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It’s no wonder that office movers are in such high demand in Texas cities like Houston, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio. Thriving economies, low taxes and a great standard of living make Texas a popular place for business relocations. The corporate climate in the Lone Star State has never been more welcoming, whether you are an entrepreneur or a major international corporation. Don’t trust your office move to anyone but the professionals at Texas movers. We streamline your relocation every step of the way. Our office movers take care of the logistics, the legwork and the security of your business belongings. We are fully licensed and insured, too, just in case.

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Our clients range from major corporations to small startups. We move your business of any size safely and on time.

Texas Office Movers

Commercial Moving
Our office movers can handle any size commercial move with efficiency. Whether it's local or long-distance, large or small, trust our experienced professionals with your Texas relocation.
Insurance
Your business belongings are safe with our office movers. Although we handle your items with exceptional care, we are fully insured, just in case.
Long Distance Movers
With Texas’ thriving economy, many businesses like yours are transferring from out of state. Give us a call today to reserve your relocation dates.
Storage Solutions
If you have business inventory that you don’t need right away, use our nearby storage facility to keep it safe and secure.
Full-service Relocations
Professional movers handle commercial moves of any size. Whether you are relocating your office, your manufacturing facility or your warehouse inventory, call us for a door-to-door quote today.

Helpful Tips and Advice from Texas Movers

One of the first things to do when considering an office move is a cost-benefit analysis. For example, let’s say you need more space. To lease a larger location, you’d be paying $500 more in monthly rent. However, with more space, you could earn $1,000 more per month in client fees. The benefit outweighs the cost, so relocating makes sense.

On the other hand, imagine you are thinking of a move to an office with an employee lounge, which your current location lacks. It’s hard to put a dollar amount on the benefit you may get from providing this perk for your workers. Maybe you should think about it.

Also, consider if you will be able to recoup the cost of the move to Texas from Seattle, for instance, within a reasonable amount of time. Let’s say you have already contracted to supply a couple of major clients in Texas once you move. If it’s likely that revenue will quickly balance out the cost of relocating, get in touch with Texas office movers today.

Pre-Move Planning

  • Choose a time of year when you are not as busy as usual. For retailers, this might be right after the holidays. For manufacturers, it could be after finishing a production run.

  • Don’t try to do it all: get bids from professional Texas movers to handle packing, transport and unpacking.

  • Reserve your spot on the movers’ calendar as soon as you firm up your dates.

  • Let your suppliers, customers and distributors know about your move in advance to minimize frustration.

  • If you are a retailer, post notices in your shop/online to apprise people of your new address.

  • Wrap up outstanding business, like accounts receivable prior to relocating so you can focus on reopening.

  • Inform the phone company, post office and utility providers of your address change well in advance.

  • Draw a diagram of where your office contents will go in your new location to streamline unpacking.

Tips for a Business Move to Texas

Six weeks prior to the move:

  • Mark items you don’t want to bring with you for donation/disposal.
  • Contact professional Texas movers for estimates.
  • Verify mover credentials and speak with references.

Four weeks prior to the move:
  • Designate a move manager in your office.
  • Get everyone together for a pre-move Q & A.
  • Have your move manager make a reservation with your choice of movers.

Two weeks before the move:
  • Visit your new space and take measurements.
  • Draw a diagram showing where your furniture and equipment will go.
  • Determine what purchases you want to make for your new office.

One week prior to relocating:
  • Put any critical files, records or essential personal items in a to-go box to take with you.
  • Take pictures of equipment connections so you can reconnect them later.
  • Once your old location is empty and cleaned, get your landlord to join you for a final walk-through, or take photos showing you are leaving the space in good condition.

Relocation day:

  • Clean out clutter and schedule donation pick-up.
  • Have each employee set aside a few items to take with them.
  • Reconcile accounts in preparation for relocating.

Why Hire Professional Movers?

One comment we hear from clients planning an office move is that they might have their employees just move everything. That may seem logical if you have enough people, but are they experienced with relocations? Just like you wouldn’t hire a salesperson to fix your plumbing, you shouldn’t expect your employees to provide professional relocation services.

Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do your employees know how to protect your belongings from damage during the move?

  • Are they insured to cover any losses, should they occur?

  • Can you afford for them to take time off from their regular work to move your office?

  • Are you willing to pay any medical bills resulting from any moving mishaps?

If you answer “no” to one or more of these questions, save yourself time, money and potential problems by hiring Texas office movers today.

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