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Your four-step guide to rearranging partitions

As we’ve discussed in previous blog entries, one of the main advantages of partitions is that they can be easily rearranged to change the layout of your office. If your business changes as it grows and you need a new office layout to accommodate these changes, partitions can be repositioned almost instantly. Here at SLP Interiors Ltd, we believe that this can help your business adapt to new circumstances with ease and therefore improve its overall efficiency. However, you may be wondering what process you should follow if you need to rearrange your partitions. That’s why we’ve prepared a simple four-step guide to reorganising your partitions.

1. Plan your new arrangement

We suggest that you work out exactly where your partitions will need to be moved to in advance. You may even like to draw up a rough guide on a piece of paper. This will help ensure that you and your employees or colleagues don’t get confused about where to position the partitions later.

2. Remove office furniture and equipment

You need to make sure that you have enough room to manoeuvre your partitions if you want to rearrange them efficiently. We recommend that you and your employees or colleagues remove all the furniture and equipment in your office before you begin. You don’t have to move it very far: just position it in the corridor outside your office or a nearby room until it’s time to move it back in. If a piece of equipment or furniture is too large to remove from the office area, just push it up against a wall instead.

3. Detach, move and reattach partitions

Once you have an empty space to work in, you and your team can detach your partitions from their fixtures or fittings and start to rearrange them. Obviously, if you’re using free-standing partitions, you don’t even need to detach them, you can just start moving them. Don’t forget to consult your original plan in order to make sure you position all your partitions correctly. Once they are arranged correctly, you should fix them in place with the appropriate fixtures or fittings.

4. Replace office furniture and equipment

The rearranged partitions should give your office its new layout. The last thing you have to do is move your furniture and office equipment back into your office and position it in accordance with your new layout.

We at SLP Interiors offer both partitions and suspended ceilings in Bristol, Bath, Swindon, Glastonbury, Shepton Mallet, Wells, Gloucester and the south-west. If you’re ready to invest in partitions (or need more information on arranging them) contact us today.

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