Moving office locations can be complicated and challenging. But taking into consideration the electrical items and the electrical requirements for your space can help to relieve some of the stress. Whether you’re moving from one room in the office building to another, or you are moving location completely, there are a number of electrical relocation considerations you should bear in mind. Here at Walker Electrical, we are Preston’s leading electrical experts. From commercial and residential properties, to industrial premises and warehouses, we have the skills and the knowledge to tackle any electrical requirement. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about office electrical relocation.
What are the important considerations for office electrical relocation?
When moving your office to a different location there are a number of things to consider including the practicalities of moving all of your physical files and data, furniture if applicable, and most importantly the electrical equipment. So when it comes to office electrical relocation what should you bear in mind? Well there are several factors including:
- Floorplan and layout- the layout of your new office is an important factor to consider, as this may determine how the electrical appliances, sockets and lighting are set up. If this will not be practical for your requirements, you may need to consider making changes to the layout and working with a professional electrical team to create the right space for your office.
- Consider the cabling- cabling is an essential consideration for your electrical equipment and running this safely around your office space, with practicality in mind is an essential consideration.
- Labeling the equipment- one simple practical step to ease the transition to your new office is to label your old equipment and package this in suitable boxes so that these can be found and unpacked with ease at your new destination.
For more information or advice, get in touch with the team today, here at Walker Electrical.