What factors into the cost of major commercial moves?
The cost involved with commercial moves vary widely, so you shouldn’t expect a reputable mover to offer you any accurate quotes online. That can be frustrating for the person who wants to start planning, but relying on a rough estimate can easily blow your budget. It’s much better to ready your business for a guaranteed quote delivered in-person.
So what drives the cost of warehouse relocation? Take a look at the following, in order to minimize your costs:
- Size and number of items moved
- Supplies and equipment needed to securely move items
- Disassembly and reassembly of existing equipment
- Disconnection and installation of existing electronics
- Assembly and installation of necessary new items at new warehouse
- Required insurance, storage, and security
Experienced Movers Cut Costs and Avoid Problems
If you’re moving from select South Carolina, North Carolina, or Georgia locations, give Nilson Van a call. We’ll introduce you to a comprehensive warehouse relocation plan that helps you avoid common pitfalls. From needing proper permits to having onsite security at both locations throughout your move, we’ll help you reduce costs and downtime by helping you adequately prepare.
Most of today’s business owners are shifting locations because better spots are opening up at better prices. For these commercial moves, warehouse relocation plans should start roughly four months in advance. This gives you a chance to pare down your inventory as much as possible, but also to ensure your inventory tracking is in line to prevent items from being lost during transit or poor organization upon delivery. However, if you’ve experienced a fire, flood, or other disaster that is forcing an emergency relocation, we can use our experience to streamline your shift from one location to another.
When embarking on business relocations, work with the experts. Give us a call and we can come out and help get you get ahead of schedule with an estimate you can trust.