Hire moving help for office relocation. Cool Hand Movers brings the equipment and the expertise to make your New York City office move seamless. Get a free estimate.
How to hire professional office moving help in NYC
Many buildings have very strict rules and time constraints for office moves. Their lobbies, service hallways, and elevators often all have restrictions. Look for a moving company with experience completing office moves on time without damages.
To maintain our strong reputation in office moves we…
- Offer full-service packing
- Provide personal boxes for each station
- Properly wrap computer monitors
- Carefully label filing boxes
- Bring super-sized commercial bins
Our commercial bins help us remove computer equipment and personal items with limited bumps and knocks. Then, we carefully load our trucks for NYC’s traffic and cratered streets. Finally, you settle into the new office quickly. It’s office relocation made easy.
Do office movers need insurance?
Certificates of insurance (COI) are usually required for NYC office moves. That’s why we get all of the details we need to promptly produce your COI, including…
- PDF sample from building management
- Unit numbers
- Certificate holder/address
- Additional insured(s)
Our insurance meets the requirements for any and all buildings in New York City. We use specialized software to create certificates of insurance. Each certificate is produced to building-specific standards.
Brooklyn office moving services
The Brooklyn Tech Triangle sprouts cool office designs every day. But it’s not just Dumbo, the Brooklyn Navy Yard and Downtown Brooklyn getting corporate makeovers. We provide office relocation services for co-working spaces, private offices, and corporate headquarters.
Here are the five coolest coworking spaces in Brooklyn*:
- WeWork in Brooklyn Heights
- Bklyn Commons in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens
- Bond Collective in Gowanus
- Camp David in Sunset Park
- Founders in Windsor Terrace
*According to us.
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