Setting up your office for the return of staff requires a lot more than disinfecting. Obviously, keeping everything clean will be a new priority but so will social distancing. That means separating the desks and opening up the space in between them. In order for that to happen some of those desks might have to be moved altogether. It might also help to clear out any other kind of unwanted office equipment and furniture. This might seem like a daunting task until you hire Junk King Minneapolis. One call to these junk hauling pros will have your unwanted office items, big and small, removed in no time at all.
A New Floor Plan
Your new office for plan might mean bringing the cubicles. That is definitely a smart way to create “barriers” between workers. Many offices are bringing in plastic shields to create a kind of “see-through” cubicle. Rearranging furniture like that could reveal that you have a lot of objects that are no longer necessary to the company. If there is no resale value, then the best place for them is on the back of the Junk King truck. That is especially true with old office equipment. Things like printers, monitors and fax machines have probably become obsolete since you replace them with an upgrade. Those are the exact kinds of things that should be tossed out in the garbage. With Junk King on the job, you can rest assure that those electronics can find a way to a certified recycle center where they’ll be dismantled in a responsible manner.
All of the removal work can be completed by the Junk King team in very little time. You can set up your session at a time that works best for your office hours. As for the bottom line, you will know what the fee is before the work begins. That estimate can only be lockdown after the crew has had a chance to look over all of the things that they will pack onto the truck. The less space that those objects take up, the less you will be paying.
If the return to your office space involves getting rid of rubbish, then you want to put Junk King Minneapolis on that job today.