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How to Save Money on a Quote for Corporate Relocations



Are you worried about the cost of your upcoming office move? Not happy with the final amount on your quote for corporate relocations? Moving offices can be expensive, but there are a few things you can do to reduce your office relocation quote. The idea of “time is money” is true in every industry. With the right relocation team on your side, your business can experience minimal downtown and save on those pesky extra moving costs that tend to crop up along the way.

Below are just a few ways in which to ensure that your quote for corporate relocations is in line with what you can afford:


Book Your Office Movers Long in Advance and Pick the Right Time of the Week

Experts in the industry advise that companies choose to do the bulk of their move over the weekend. This means that the business doesn’t have to be running as usual for the duration of the move. Unfortunately, most movers are booked up over the weekends for this very reason. If you book a few months in advance though, you will benefit from being able to book over a weekend and you might get a better price from the moving company. If you don’t specifically need to book your move over a weekend, you could actually save money by booking your move midweek and mid-month. Most companies need to move at the very end or very beginning of a month, so if you are flexible with your times, mid-month moves can save money!


Create a Thorough List of Items to Be Moved


Often, when a business forgets to include items of furniture on the move list, the removal company needs to pay staff for extra time spent on the move, provide additional packing materials, and spend more money on fuel. This means that leaving items off your list can result in additional costs for you to cover. Make sure that you provide your moving team with an exhaustive list of each and every item that needs to be moved.


Get Rid of Old, Outdated, or Unnecessary Items


Why pay to transport items to your new premises if they need to be replaced or thrown away? Be meticulous about going through office cupboards, furniture collections, and equipment. Throw away any items that are no longer of use to the business. This will ensure that your quote for a corporate relocation only includes absolutely essential items and you are not paying a cent more than you need to. Some of the items might be old and outdated, but you can still recoup some costs by selling them. If you can make some money back for the business in this way, you should do so!


Request a Quote for a Corporate Relocation from Elliott Afrovan Today

At Elliott Afrovan, we deal with both short-haul and long-haul relocations. We have extensive experience in the field, and our teams of movers receive regular ongoing training to ensure that they are always using the best possible handling techniques and are ready to work with even the most challenging moves.


Our moving vehicles are fitted with air suspensions and tail lifts for the protection of your sensitive furniture and equipment. This is just one way in which we show just how much care we are willing to put into each move.

When it comes to preparing for the upcoming move, our team is more than willing and happy to assist. We can be involved at every stage, from packing and preparation, to offloading, placement, and even putting furniture pieces and equipment systems back together. We feel that many hands do indeed make light work and it is our aim to finalise your move as quickly and hassle-free as possible.


If you would like to book the Elliott Afrovan team or would like to request a quote for an upcoming corporate relocation, we warmly welcome you to get in touch with us. You can send us an email at your leisure, or you can give us a call and chat with one of our friendly and knowledgeable moving experts. We look forward to ensuring that your next move is one that you can fondly look back on.

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