Getting an office furniture installer isn’t a guarantee of a stellar outcome. You need to make sure you pick the right service provider for the job. That’s easier said than done, though. And with the pandemic making it much more complicated to relocate to a new office, you’ll need to take even more precautions. Here are steps to finding a crew that you can trust.
Ask for Referrals
Save yourself the time and trouble by getting referrals and suggestions from people you know and trust who are also in the business, or you have hired moving services in the past few months. That referral can reduce the amount of time it will take for you to go over your options. With a short list of firms, you can check out each one thoroughly before you make a decision.
Talk About the Estimate
When the company offers you an estimate for the job, make sure you know what the rate covers. Does in include all the services you need? Is it excessive? Some firms prefer businesses from large companies. Make sure the firm you hire is a good match for your organization. For instance, some firms provide assistance to large companies while others are much more suited and well-equipped to deal with small to medium-sized businesses.
Recognize Red Flags
Keep an eye out for any signs or indications that something is amiss. Are there any hidden charges? When you ask the service provider to explain the process to you step by step, does the contractor seem to be having a hard time? That’s a red flag. Also, do members of the service crew arrive in unprofessional attire or late and looking unkempt? Hire a different service. You’ll be better off walking away from that or terminating any agreement with that company and start looking for a better one.