Removing the hassle from office refurbishment
If you have an office – or, maybe, own a whole block of offices – there’ll come a time when it, or they, will need refurbishing.
Having a bright, modern, newly decorated and fitted-out working space can do wonders for staff morale. It can even help improve productivity. It might, if you’re a landlord, enable you to charge a higher rent.
Undertaking refurbishment provides an opportunity to improve not just the office’s décor but also its ergonomic credentials. There might be a chance to invest in ways to make the place more energy efficient and, so, reduce running costs.
The other side of this coin is that you’ll have to find a way of disposing of the old, unwanted fixtures and fittings. These could include such things as old desks, chairs, desk partitions, cupboards, cabinets, carpet tiles, carpets, lights, computers, monitors, printers and so on.
Disposing of all these things cost-efficiently, safely and in line with current legislation can be more of a hassle than choosing the new décor and office accoutrements.
If you want to play your part in helping the environment by reducing the amount of waste going to landfill, you need to choose a specialist waste disposal firm that – like Waste King – guarantees to recycle at least 95 per cent of every load it collects.
You’ll also want to choose carefully between hiring skips (which you’ll have to load yourself) and engaging a firm, such as Waste King, whose trained, licensed operatives will arrive when you ask them to (within a two hour ‘window’), load all your waste onto their vehicles and only charge you for the amount of waste they collect from you – rather than you having to estimate that the waste from your office or offices will ‘fill a skip’. Moreover, some of the things you’re getting rid of from the office – all the waste electrical equipment, for example – aren’t legally allowed to be put in skips these days.
So, to take the hassle out of the downside of office refurbishment and find out exactly how we can help you, contact us on:
Freephone: 0800 141 2778 or, from a mobile, call 01442 210034.