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Your business has been growing, and you’ve finally run out of room in your current office. You’ve been setting aside money and dreaming of turning your space into something bigger that is better suited for what your company needs right now.

But before you start searching for a contractor, make sure your business really needs an expansion. The following are signs that can tell you if it’s time to add some extra room to your office building.

1. Your business has grown, and you need an additional location to accommodate your needs.

If your business is going well and meeting all of its goals, you might be ready for an office expansion. While this could mean needing more space for employees or new equipment, it can also come from wanting additional space for meetings, presentations, and other events for clients.

2. It’s time to hire someone else, but there isn’t enough room for them at your current location.

If you’re considering adding an extra room or perhaps even an annex to accommodate more people, make sure that the new space is easily accessible. You want employees to have an easy time getting from their car to their place of work. Providing shuttles from the main office parking lot to any annex locations could also help potential employees commute to work more efficiently.

3. It’s time to embrace new technologies.

If your business needs new software or technology services, you might want to start looking into an expansion. For example, if you’re using an outdated phone system that doesn’t help with collaboration or improve services offered to clients, then it’s probably time for an update that may require new infrastructure for your building.

This is also the case for software and gadgets. If you’re using tools that employees and customers no longer find beneficial, then it might be time to get new ones and ensure your office building has the infrastructure to accommodate.

4. It’s time to hire someone else

As your company continues to grow, you might need more employees to keep up with these trends. You could also hire more people if a specific skill set is required for a project or client.

If you’re hiring more employees, make sure there is enough room in the office for them to work. This means having desks, chairs, and computers available to use at all times. You might even need additional storage for paperwork or equipment used regularly.

5. You’re spending too much time looking for things because you don’t have enough storage space.

If your business is growing, you will likely need to store more files, equipment, and other materials used throughout the day. But if there isn’t enough room for this additional material, employees might spend more time looking for what they need.

Key Takeaways

In conclusion, while your company could grow in many different ways, it’s essential to be prepared for all possibilities. Whether expanding your office because of business growth or hiring more employees, make sure that the new additions are easily accessible and provide enough space for employees to work comfortably.

If you have any questions about an office expansion, feel free to contact our team of experienced contractors at any time. We can help guide you through the entire process, from beginning to end.



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