The disruption and downtime that’s caused whenever even slight changes need to be made can be a headache for even the most organised facilities management department.
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 14 November 2012
Any company that has had to face the challenge of carpeting or decorating will have realised quickly that the disruption that is caused can sometimes outweigh the benefits of a new carpet.
The disruption and downtime that’s caused whenever even slight changes need to be made can be a headache for even the most organised facilities management department. Contacting commercial carpet contractors is never easy as there is always the issue of finding somewhere for all the furniture to go when the contractors move in.
Not only do all the desks have to be moved out of the way, somewhere has to be found to put them and it’s very rare for a company to have a whole empty office standing by where people can work while the old office is redecorated and new carpet fitted.
So solutions have to be found and Nexus Carpet Ltd, a carpet fitters based in London, have a system that will allow for the minimum of disruption.
Their ‘Lift+Lay™’ system is an elegant solution that allows office carpet tiles to be fitted underneath existing furniture. It simply lifts any furniture, be it desks, chairs, filing cabinets etc. high enough off the ground so the fitters can get in and slide the carpet tiles underneath.
Office carpet fitting has never been so easy and quick and the key point is that it reduces downtime significantly. Indeed, the company can work entirely out of hours to ensure there’s no downtime at all.
John Cookson of Nexus Carpet Ltd said:
“Even difficult to reach areas can now be carpeted with little or no disruption. Lift+Lay™ really does make it easy and we can do it all out of hours for zero downtime”
There really is no excuse anymore for organisations, regardless of office size, to hold back on smartening up the workplace and giving staff a brighter environment to work in.
For an explanation of how Lift+Lay(TM) works, check out this video: Lift+Lay from Nexus Carpet