Every couple of decades, office design goes through a revitalization. Back in the 60s, cubicles were first introduced as a way of dividing up office space. The theory was that staffers didn’t need to have their own offices as long as they had walls for a cubicle. The truth of the matter is that although the cubicles afforded a certain level of privacy it wasn’t the same as having an office close the door with. Workers became more isolated and that led to a decrease in productivity.
Today, a new revitalization is happening that involves taking down those cubicle walls in creating an open flow office space. This is especially attractive for companies that utilize teams on projects. It makes a lot of sense to have a team group together where they can interact freely without being divided by cubicle walls. If this is the approach that you want to take for your office, then you need to set up a session with Junk King Fort Worth to help bring down those cubicle walls.
Take Down Crew
Every session that set up by Junk King is staffed by a competent pair of movers. For your cubicle clearing task this will be your take down crew. The team from junk King has a lot of experience with dismantling all types of structures. They can take apart swing sets, bookshelves and entertainment centers. Taking down the cubicles in your office won’t present a challenge to them. Neither will getting those pieces safely loaded onto their truck. This is the type of job they do every single day.
In addition to the cubicle walls that you want removed, you might have some other items that are tagged for removal. You should take full advantage of this crew and their truck to get rid of all the unwanted office furniture and equipment you have taking up valuable space around your work environment. Once the Junk King crew has cleared out all that unwanted rubbish you will be able to redesign your office space for much more productive workflow.
When you need to make your office cubicle free you need to make an appointment with Junk King Fort Worth. Call today.