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7 Apps to Help You With Your Business Move

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 27, 2016 11:30:00 AM / by Jeff Kiel posted in Office Relocation

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Moving your business is no easy task! To help you remember all the necessary tasks it takes to move a business, we've rounded up 7 of our favorite moving apps:

1. Move Planner

Move planner is an iOS app that offers a range of relocation planning tools, including the ability to track the number of boxes required (and various sizes). The app also comes with more than 100 pre-loaded moving tasks, and task lists can be organized and sorted per various criteria.

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7 Tips for a Smooth Business Move

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 22, 2016 11:30:00 AM / by Tina Kiel posted in Office Relocation

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If there’s one word that you want to describe your business move, it’s smooth – because, really, doesn’t that say it all? Indeed, a smooth business move is successful, streamlined, stress-free, and satisfying.
However, we’ve heard from countless people over the years that their business move was anything but smooth. On the contrary, it was chaotic, costly, confusing - and in some cases, catastrophic!
To help you avoid that fate, here are 7 tips for a smooth business move:
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5 Keys to a Successful Business Move

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 19, 2016 11:30:00 AM / by Tina Kiel posted in Office Relocation

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As noted by “Moving offices can kick-start a company into assessing the way it operates; it can motivate and encourage performance; alter the public, employee and customer perception of the business; and open up ways in which you can cut back on costs.”

But in order to reap these rewards, the office relocation itself must be smooth and successful – instead of stressful, costly and risky. To help make that happen, here are 5 keys to a successful business move:

1. Evaluate and Wisely Choose Your New Space  

Before you start thinking about packing office supplies and moving furniture, invest quality time and resources to evaluate potential relocation options. You want to choose a space that is going to serve your current needs, as well as give you room to grow in the future.

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4 Reasons Why an Out-of-State Office Relocation Might Make Sense

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 16, 2016 2:00:00 PM / by Jeff Kiel posted in Office Relocation

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Here at Precision, for more than three decades we’ve had the privilege of helping businesses safely and successfully relocate their operations. And while many of these moves are within the same city or across the state, we’ve also helped numerous businesses move to other states – whether they’re heading “next door” to Illinois, Iowa or another adjacent state, or journeying across the country.

And while each of our clients is motivated by unique factors and details, generally speaking here are the four most common reasons why an out-of-state office relocation made sense for them, and why it might be on your horizon in the months to come:

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The #1 Rule for Employees When Moving Heavy Items During a Business Move

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 14, 2016 11:30:00 AM / by Tina Kiel posted in Office Relocation, Move Office Furniture

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Every workplace has at least one, but usually a handful of them: folks who don’t think twice about lending a hand in the literal sense, because they’re fit, healthy, strong, and probably have a few marathons -- or perhaps several Pilates classes -- under their belt.

And so naturally, when it’s time for your business move, these people are more than willing to haul heavy furniture, trek up and down flights of stairs with loaded boxes, and so on. Well, before you allow these well-intentioned team members to become voluntary business movers, we ask you to keep a simple, single rule in mind: DON’T.

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5 Key Questions to Answer With Your Office Relocation Plan

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 13, 2016 11:30:00 AM / by Jeff Kiel posted in Office Relocation

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Whether you’re upsizing or downsizing, reaching into a new market or consolidating your operations, an office relocation is a significant step in your business’s evolution.

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5 Insider Secrets of a Successful Office Relocation

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 12, 2016 2:00:00 PM / by Tina Kiel posted in Office Relocation

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With over 30 years of helping businesses move from point A to point B (and sometimes points C, D and E as well), we think it’s fair to call ourselves “insiders”. We’ve seen every scenario imaginable – and a few that weren’t all that imaginable, and as such required some very quick thinking and incredible teamwork.

And based on our experience, insight and relationships with thousands of clients over the years – from small businesses to large enterprises and everything in between – here’s our list of the 5 “insider secrets” of a successful office relocation:

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3 Tips for a Successful Business Move in the Rain

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 8, 2016 11:30:00 AM / by Jeff Kiel posted in Office Relocation

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According to, St. Louis gets an annual average rainfall of 43.42 inches – which is nearly 10 percent more than the national average. And as anyone who lives or works in the area knows, rain isn’t a seasonal thing, either: it’s a year ‘round experience, with between 2 and 3 inches falling from December through February, and around 5 inches in the summer months.  

All of this means that there’s a reasonably good chance that it could rain during your business move. However, don’t worry: this isn’t a baseball game, and unless conditions are severe and dangerous, there won’t be a rainout (followed by a double-header!). Instead, your professional movers will work with your team to plan accordingly so that everything is safe and protected from beginning to end. Here are 3 tips to keep in mind:

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Business Move Warning: Beware the Lowest Bidder!

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 7, 2016 11:30:00 AM / by John Kiel posted in Office Relocation

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When it comes to purchasing solutions for your business, naturally you want to maximize value, minimize cost, and achieve the shortest path ROI. That’s not just good business sense: that’s good common sense, too! However, as you may have already experienced, going with the lowest bidder is almost always a disastrous and regrettable decision. As noted by the law firm Brent Law Group, PLLC:

"At least once a week, I have an opportunity to meet with an individual whose life has been hurt by a lowest bidder. Contractors, prior attorneys, mechanics, etc. who low-ball do so for a reason, in my experience.  My great-grandmother used to say it takes twice as long to do something fast.  I firmly believe it can cost twice as much to get something done cheaply."

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3 Signs You’re Headed for a Business Move Disaster

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 2, 2016 11:30:00 AM / by Tina Kiel posted in Office Relocation

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Life is full of little – and sometimes big – warning signs that give us a chance to avert disaster or, if we unwisely and regrettably choose to ignore the message, lunge head-first into disaster. Ever had a car warning light come on and ignore it? Then you know what I’m getting at.
Well in the same light, there are some clear signs that you’re headed for a business move disaster – one that will likely end up wasting thousands of dollars, weeks of time, and might even put you on the wrong end of a lawsuit (which according to most seasoned attorneys is either end).

Here are the 3 signs that business move is on the way to becoming a horror story:

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