Furniture Design

What To Do If You Want To Get Rid Of Excess Office Furniture When You Relocate

When people move home they use it as an opportunity to get rid of a load of household junk they no longer need, including furniture. For some strange reason, when businesses relocate, they fail to take the same opportunity to declutter. Now, other than being under instruction from a financial advisor or accountant to keep all assets regardless of their condition, if you have an imminent office relocation then take the chance to get rid of old, damaged, or unwanted office furniture.

If you are thinking, “I would love to, but how?”, then keep reading because we are going to highlight some ways that will help you get rid of any office furniture that is surplus to requirements.

Carry Out An Office Furniture Audit

The first step in determining what office furniture is unwanted is to carry out an audit to determine what you have. This should be done in connection with you planning what furniture you will need in your new office. For your current furniture, mark, it based on its status so that could be, ‘Keeping’, ‘Damaged’, ‘Surplus’ and so on. By doing this, you can then decide what you wish to do which each item, and you will also know what new furniture you need to order.

Plan How And When The Furniture Is Going To Be Removed

You need to plan for the removal of your excess furniture whether it has going to be sold, donated, or disposed of. The reason for that is that some of it might be needed up to the day of your move so do not agree to its removal until then unless you want your staff being left with nothing to sit on and no desks. Coordinate the removal with your removalists from Brilliance Removalists who should be willing to help.