When your business is relocating, you need a partner that can anticipate your needs. Armstrong is here to help.
Office demand fluctuates every year as companies react to employment trends by expanding, downsizing or closing their physical offices. Before business leaders can embrace their new physical or virtual spaces, they need to decommission their existing space first.
Commercial leases often stipulate offices must be left in “broom-swept condition” at the end of the lease term. If these lease requirements are unmet, the exiting company could face steep fines and unnecessary headaches. If you’re preparing for an office move, enlist the help of Armstrong’s decommissioning services to make your commercial relocation smooth and stress-free.
Armstrong saves you time
Trusting Armstrong to decommission your old office space allows you to focus on what you do best — growing your business. As the largest asset-based service provider in the nation, Armstrong has the experience and power to decommission your office quickly and efficiently.
Armstrong reduces your carbon footprint
Every year, offices generate an exorbitant amount of furniture waste. Instead of sending your unwanted furniture, equipment and appliances to landfills, Armstrong provides sustainable decommission methods to minimize disposal. We’ll exhaust every option to repurpose, refurbish and recycle your items as an alternative to the landfill.
Armstrong saves you money
Our experts help you find buyers for your assets to keep your furniture out of the trash while putting money back in your pocket. Armstrong’s environmentally-friendly equipment liquidations, asset-resell services and tax-benefit donations lessen the impact on your budget and create value for you and your company.
Armstrong minimizes disruptions
Our team helps you move and empty your office without disrupting the employee or customer experience. We work with you to create a customized decommissioning plan that will ensure your people stay happy and your company’s growth trajectory stays on track.
Get back to business faster. Contact Armstrong today for a free quote.
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Our Customers' Experience
Our first experience was such a success that they were our first call when the next project arose. Now they are our preferred vendor. We have had a broad range of requests from moving high end computer gear in racks to standard crate and box move/office relocation and consolidation. Armstrong has been able to assist in any area and is always prompt and professional.C.G.
Armstrong is one of [our] preferred moving companies due to their great customer service, good price point, and service throughout the U.S. We have more than 75 office locations and having account reps that are familiar with our business is a huge asset.L. V.
Great job by everyone on the Armstrong team not only with the move, but also with helping assemble furniture to get us on our feet quickly!S.B.
Punctual, knowledgeable, courteous and very capable. They did a very good job of responding to our needs and making the move as painless as a move could be.T.S.