When planning your corporate move, it’s crucial to think about the time of year that would work best for you and your team. Perhaps your business has a busy season that would make moving more complicated, or you live in a snowy or hurricane-heavy area. Our professional team at CRS Moving & Storage considers these factors to create a flexible schedule that suits your unique needs and goals. 

With decades of experience in the corporate moving industry, we understand the importance of timing a relocation. Our dedicated team always wants the best for your company, so we will work with you to develop a personalized plan. Our one-stop-shop approach means we will help you handle every aspect of your move, from planning and packing to transportation and installation. Furthermore, we communicate with you every step of the way to keep your move on schedule.

What to Consider When Timing Your Corporate Move

Choosing the right time for your corporate move can make the process more cost-effective and efficient. Therefore, we will go over every detail to ensure your move takes place at a time most convenient for you and your team. Some aspects to consider when timing your corporate move include:

Busy Season

Many businesses are busier during certain times of the year than others, especially around holidays. If this is the case for your company, we suggest moving during your less busy time of the year. This can help make the process less stressful and allows you to focus on your business when it is most important. Because we manage every aspect of your move, you can continue making company decisions while we ensure everything goes smoothly.


If your office is located in an area with snowy winters or deals with hurricanes, you may want to consider the weather when planning your move. Scheduling your relocation during these unpredictable seasons can cause delays and potential damage to your belongings. For these reasons, consider the weather in the area of your current office and your new one, especially if it’s in a new state or area of the country, during the planning process.

Employee Preference

We want to create a moving plan that best suits your business needs as well as the needs of your employees. Therefore, we suggest getting team feedback on the relocation, including when they prefer to move. They may have significant projects or vacations planned throughout the year that could make moving during certain times more challenging. Our planning coordinators can take this feedback in addition to your busy season and the weather to come up with a time that works best for you. 

Business Hours

Some buildings do not let companies move in during business hours. This could potentially affect the time of day our team can bring your items into your new office and complete the configuration and installation process. We can go over your new building’s policies to determine if you can or cannot move during regular business hours. This helps prevent confusion and delays upon arrival at your office.

Start Planning Your Corporate Move with the Skilled Team at CRS Moving & Storage

Like many aspects of running your business, timing is essential to a successful corporate move. However, it is not easy to create the perfect schedule on your own, especially while trying to run your company. Fortunately, our knowledgeable team at CRS Moving & Storage is here to help you create a personalized plan that works for your business and team. We consider every detail, so you can have a stress-free relocation experience.

Our founder, Mr. Varoukas, has over 25 years of experience in the moving industry, making our nationally-affiliated moving company one of the most trustworthy and well-trained. You can trust us to manage the entire relocation process with our unmatched complete, white-glove moving services. We have the manpower, skills, and knowledge to move your company anywhere in the continental United States efficiently and cost-effectively. Start planning your corporate move by filling out our contact form or calling (718) 424-6000 to schedule a free consultation.