For homeowners, it does cause a fair amount of anxiety. But imagine the perceived logistical nightmares if you have to uproot your entire business. So many things to consider, because so many things could go wrong if you do not plan properly. And you worry about the downtime and lack of revenue that a move from one state to another may cause you. Fortunately, this really is not necessary.
Did you know that you can get insurance coverage to cater for the amount of time lost due to relocating? This is not quite the same as business interruption insurance, but, there you go. Also, a reputable and licensed insurance practitioner should not mind granting you short-term cover for just a few days of relocating. And they would prefer it if you rely on professional handlers to help you relocate.
There is one other thing that may cause some consternation for commercial entities that have to up and go. They have a fairly good infrastructure in place, and it would be a poor pity to leave it all behind, not knowing what is in stall at the new location. Actually, all that can be established. And not only that, operational equipment, your telephone systems, for instance, can be uninstalled and re-installed elsewhere.
In this case, you will be relying on a state-licensed service provider to help you with your specialist telephone systems relocation. Insurance practitioners should also be reassured in the sense that your moving contractor should be able to provide you with low risk low voltage maintenance and installation work. Reconnecting to a new grid is complex work, so this is not something you can handle by yourself.
And you need to outsource this service professionally to cover you for regulatory requirements as well.