Has the growth and expansion of your company caused your office to feel as though it is overflowing? Maybe you run a retail store and are out of space for your merchandise. Alternatively, you may no longer have adequate space in your office for all of your staff members. Whatever your circumstance, Incredible Kitchens and Baths is here to assist you in determining whether some minor remodeling can solve your space issues or if it’s time to move.

Should You Relocate or Remodel?

What Are Your Remodeling Options?

If you are happy in your current building, it may be worth your time and effort to do a little remodeling to make it more functional. Consider things like your current commute, parking availability, and whether your employees are happy with the building before you decide to move. Often, a facility can be redesigned and reconfigured to suit your company’s needs without having to actually move. You’d be shocked at how much space you’ll save simply finding a more efficient layout.

Can You Handle the Disruption?

Another question to consider before moving is how much of a disruption in your day-to-day you’re willing to take on. Moving may seem more disruptive than renovating, but if a significant redesign is required, this may not be the case. You should be ready for weeks of construction noise and equipment in your space. You need to weigh the pros and cons to make sure your employees and business can still thrive under such conditions. Alternatively, you could consider a temporary move, as remodeling an empty facility will be simpler and quicker.

Other Considerations

It can be difficult to find the perfect place for your business, so if you already have a space you love, it might be more cost-effective to remodel it to meet your needs rather than move. Moving requires negotiating a new lease, establishing a rapport with a new landlord, and possibly increasing rent. For some business owners, moving makes sense, while for others, remodeling your current location will work better. In the latter case, Incredible Kitchens and Baths can help!

Don’t let our name fool you! We’ve been in the home remodeling industry since 1987, and as such, we have gained a great deal of experience not only in residential work but also as commercial contractors. While we do craft beautiful residential kitchens and bathrooms, our commercial remodeling work is incredible, too. Contact us today at (765) 437-1038 to find out how we can help transform your business with a commercial renovation.