Office Moving Out

>> Tuesday, January 22, 2013

We’re moving our office to the busiest business district in the country and I’ve been very busy lately with all the requirements on moving out. I’m arranging clearances from our Lessor and the building administration also. It’s the first time that I’ve worked for a company that moves out of the current office and everything is new to me. We also have to ask the building to compute for our utilities ahead of their real cutoff so our authority to move out can be done as soon as possible. There are lots of things to do yet we only have 8 remaining days now. 

I was really hesitant to move because I’m very comfortable with our present office but our boss wants us near his other office so he can supervise both carefully. When I visited the new office location it was a lot different from our current now because it’s a bit smaller and it’s on the 4th floor already but the old one is more brighter and of course very beautiful. We used tiles in our present office but in the new we’ll use carpet. For now we’re going to shift from elegant tiles to warm and comfortable carpet and I’m looking forward to more convenient room flooring. 

Well If I’m to ask what’s the better choice I think it depends on your specific taste and your lifestyle so a carpet should very well fit an office. Anyway if you’re also on the same situation and planning on changing your flooring you can try visiting  because you’ll love their wide variety of flooring options for office and home use. You can choose whether you want the warm carpet, elegant tiles, durable vinyl, nice laminate or the traditional hardwood flooring. They also have name brand materials for those who have particular favorites that you want to install in your office or home.


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