Office cubicle removal services include the systematic dismantling of wood, carpet, or glass dividers. Our process makes it easy to reassemble them or separate materials for recycling.
Set an office furniture removal goal.
The best goals put your company values into action. For example, is reducing corporate waste a priority for your company? If so, you want to engage in an office furniture recycling program for unsalvageable items. Does this project reflect your corporate social responsibility? If it does, donate office furniture to local charities and community-based organizations. Or are you aiming to stretch a small budget? In this case, you may recoup some of your costs by selling gently used items. We’ve helped clients do all the above. If you’re not sure where to donate office furniture or how to sell it, speak with our movers. When we know your goals ahead of time, we can help you meet them. Our clients have made valuable contributions to their communities. Join them by donating office furniture and avoiding office equipment disposal. So what does “getting rid of old office furniture” mean to you?
Develop a plan for office furniture disposal.
Getting rid of old office furniture doesn’t have to be a chore. We will review the available options with you and help you understand the pros and cons of each. Then you can make the best decision for your office space, timeline, and budget. You get to decide how you want to dispose of your used office furniture and equipment. The office furniture removal plan outlines each item, including its delivery and disposal.
Prepare your office furniture for removal.
Once you identify the pieces for removal, you can prepare and label them. Make sure you remove documents from filing cabinets and empty desk drawers. Employees will also have to remove any personal effects from their office space. Decommissioning your office space, you need to clear everything out as per your lease. In addition to office furniture removal services, you may need cleaning services and minor repair work. The goal is to return the office space to its original state.