Faced with the raging COVID-19 pandemic, businesses in all industries are making adjustments to meet the needs of their customers and their workers.
The restaurant industry embraced outdoor dining and single party igloos to stay afloat. Many private and public sector offices embraced work from home plans complete with virtual meetings.
Maybe after the past nine months, you’ve found that a work from home strategy is no longer working. You’re interested in a portable office solution but you’re not sure whether it’s worth it.
This could be your solution if you follow these tips to save time and money.
1. Stable Foundation
If you’re in the market for portable office buildings, you need to make sure the company you hire to build them has a quality reputation. Don’t go looking for the cheapest solution.
The last thing you need after the initial investment in portable office spaces are foundation problems. Make sure you do your research and choose a reputable company that can get you the offices you need for the long haul.
2. Be Efficient
The biggest advantage of prefabricated office buildings is that it allows you to add more space fast. Covid-19 continues to throw us curveballs. Health experts say that we will face even more uncertainty until a vaccine reaches the general population.
While portable office space is efficient to build, you can save time and money by being efficient with your decision. If you think your business will benefit from these buildings, you need to jump fast.
With a high demand for modular construction, you don’t want to experience any delays. The old saying holds. Time is money. You also want to give your workers and clientele time to adjust to this new method of working.
3. Shop for Equipment Deals
If you’re going to build portable offices for your business, you’ll need to equip them too. Make sure you’re scouting the best deals for office equipment, and it doesn’t have to be computers.
iPad’s or tablets with portable keyboards make a great, cost-effective substitution for desktop or laptop computers. They also use less power.
These portable offices are meant as a substitution for a regular office, so that allows you to save money on other equipment. Chairs and desks can be less than luxurious.
4. Save on Power
Portable offices need power. If you’re changing your business or office space to incorporate modular office spaces, you’ll need to find a way to feed them electricity.
Consider an investment in solar power. Solar has come a long way in the past decade, and initial investment in solar panels and generators for your portable office spaces will save you money in the long-term.
Save Time and Money on Portable Offices
You need to keep your business running and your workers safe. While working from home is a decent business model for some, you find that it doesn’t work for you.
If you think you can wait out the Covid-19 pandemic, you might be waiting another year and that is too long. You can save time and money now, and in the future, if you invest in portable offices.
Are you interested in a modular building solution for your office space, church, or school? Don’t wait. Contact us today for a free quote.