Moving Your Home Office - Moving Your Home Office

Moving to a new home sometimes also means relocating to a new workspace as the shift towards working from home appears to be becoming more permanent. Our long distance and local movers and packers have seen a sharp increase in the number of people who work from a home office. We are continuing our series of articles discussing some tips for moving your home office.  Our previous article covered the importance of scheduling your home move at a time that does not conflict with your work and throwing away, selling, or donating items you no longer need before your movers and packers arrive.  Today, we will provide you with more helpful tips to consider.

Backup Computers and Documents

It is extremely important to backup all your important data and documents before your movers and packers arrive. This will help protect your data should something unforeseen happen to your computer or files.  Important documents can be scanned so there is an electronic backup of them.  As far as computer data, it is a best practice to make both a local backup on an external hard drive and a cloud-based backup.

Schedule Internet Service

If you work from home, your home office will likely be one of the first areas you will want to set up. You will need to schedule a time for your intended provider to come out and set up your internet service.  Not having access to the internet is a deal breaker when you work from home.

3 Guys Moving is a trusted full service moving company with more than 30 years of experience. Our long distance and local movers and packers handle all types of commercial and residential moves.  We even offer piano moving services.  In fact, our piano movers are among the best in the business!  If you have an upcoming move, it’s important to choose a full service moving company with a good reputation and exemplary customer service.  Give your friends at 3 Guys Moving a call today.