What we can do for you

Moving Office

Half of all the work carried out by Talk Business Communications Limited is in conjunction with, or as a result of, our customers moving premises.

Consequently we are familiar with many of the pitfalls and problems arising with business moves. If you are about to move office then we can help in the following ways

Ordering telephone line - When we order your telephone lines, we will liase with BT on your behalf. This also includes being on site to have the lines positioned in the correct area, when necessary, which is handy if you are having lines, installed into a new premises that you have not yet moved into. We can also advise on the type and number of lines that you will require

Tips on office layout - We can help you plan the optimum positions of desks and equipment. Such as Telephone system, structured cabling, air conditioning, power etc.

We can supply and fully install any or all of the following: -

  • Ceilings
  • Walls / Partitioning
  • Doors
  • Floors
  • Carpets + fitting
  • Kitchens
  • Lighting
  • Power
  • Decorating
  • Air conditioning
  • Air extraction
  • Telephone systems
  • Computer networks
  • Door entry systems

The advantage of using Talk Business is that you do not need to manage many different contractors. We can project manage your move / work schedule from start to finish. With all work undertaken finished to a high quality.

The fit out or refurbishment of a workspace and the subsequent move is a demanding and serious task. Often delegated to an office manager or similar who then has a raft of new people and trades to organise, and schedules to create trying not to overlap contractors needing to work in the same areas. Extra expense can occur when contractors have to wait around on site because something is not ready. I.e. due to a different contractor not finishing on time or a missed appointment etc. This can sometimes push a project back by weeks if not managed correctly.

We can manage all aspects including liasing with any other external contractors.