It’s said that “a little knowledge is a dangerous thing”, and unfortunately, the web can sometimes seem like a vast wasteland of well-intentioned, but categorically awful advice on anything from how to run a business, how to change the oil in your car, and indeed: how to get furniture delivered on-time and on-budget.
Obviously, you want and need your business move to be safe and on-time. Less obviously, however, you may not yet realize that professional furniture installers play a key role in achieving both of these critical objectives.
As an office furniture dealer, you are constantly looking for newer and smarter ways to increase customer satisfaction, drive sales and enhance profitability. Fortunately, when you partner with an experienced office furniture installer, you will be on-track to achieve all of these critical objectives.
As you may already know, office furniture disassembly and reassembly (respectively) are critically important phases in an overall office relocation plan.
Carefully planning office furniture installation is a critical piece of an overall business relocation strategy – one that many businesses overlook, because they are so preoccupied with other important matters such as logistics, minimizing downtime, deciding what furniture to decommission, and so on.
While fee is obviously a factor when choosing the right business moving partner, there is another variable that, if not properly handled, can dramatically increase your overall cost when everything is said and done: time.
For your upcoming business move, deciding to partner with an office furniture installation company is one of the smartest decisions that you can make. You’ll not only save money and time vs. taking the non-professional/amateur or “DIY” route, but you’ll have essential peace of mind in knowing that your valuable furniture will be properly, securely and safely uninstalled and installed.
While managing risk is important for all businesses, furniture dealers face an ongoing challenge that businesses in other industries and sectors don’t: their customers can improperly install furniture in their office environments, or have it improperly installed by amateurs.
As business owners and executives know, there are some professional services that are, let’s face it, somewhat on the superficial side. That’s not to say that they’re wholly unnecessary. But rather, they’re more of an option than a requirement, and plenty of businesses who pay for such services could avoid the expense by doing it themselves.
It’s a common scenario that plays out across St. Louis and around the country each day: a business hires what they thought was a “full service” moving company, yet on moving day discovers there’s an essential piece of the puzzle that’s missing: professional furniture installation.