Down-sizing or upgrading your company’s office after Covid? Preparing your team for an office move is crucial for a smooth transition. As Covid restrictions start to change and ease slightly, employees begin to make their way back into the office. The pandemic affected each company and business differently, so coming out on the other side could look different for everyone.
The pandemic affected and impacted most industries significantly. The impact it’s had on the moving industry may make moving in 2021 a bit different than in the past. The COVID-19 pandemic flipped the world upside down. Most companies, businesses, and people quickly readjusted and figured out how to work and live in this ‘new normal’. While many businesses had to
What a hot housing market could mean for Ottawa moving companies, and how to prepare. Ottawa is slowly becoming the next candidate for a hot housing market similar to that of Toronto and Vancouver. As more people try to avoid additional property taxes and the expensive costs of living in Toronto, Ottawa is becoming a hot spot for home buyers.
Ottawa movers learned, quickly, how to move safely during the pandemic, they have advice to keep you safe during your move. The COVID-19 pandemic is the first of its kind, so moving during a pandemic is foreign to everyone. Even if you’re on the move frequently, moving during a pandemic includes new challenges to navigate. Moving companies are essential services,
Moving in Ottawa during a pandemic requires a little more attention to health and safety, but it is possible The second wave of COVID-19 is upon us, and Ottawa is considered a COVID hot-spot in Ontario. Suppose you plan on moving in Ottawa shortly. In that case, you should plan to put extra safety precautions in place to protect yourself
If you’re moving in Ottawa this month because you have a lease that’s about to expire, or you bought a new home a few months back and now your possession date is fast approaching, you’re not alone. Are people still moving? As you could probably guess, landlords across Ontario and Quebec, and across the country for that matter, are