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No matter how large or small your office may be, creating the perfect set-up is much easier said than done. Poor use of space, wasted energy and even potential health and safety hazards are common reasons why many office spaces do not perform as efficiently as they could.
Surprisingly, smarter power solutions can make a huge difference to the smooth running of an office. Here’s how…
Break-out spaces allow employees to work in project teams without the formal setting of a meeting room. This more relaxed way of working promotes creativity and provides flexible seating options in a hot-desking environment.
Many offices rely on a small amount of wall sockets to power a large space, therefore the positioning of work stations is reliant on the location of available sockets. Installing busbars beneath the flooring provides easily accessible power throughout the entire office. This means:
An enormous amount of energy is wasted in the office simply by leaving devices on when they are not in use. Investing in energy management technology will help to track how and where energy is being used and prevent it being needlessly wasted.
Once a company has grown in size, it becomes necessary to relocate to larger premises. In many cases this means that fixtures, fittings and any structural investments which have been made to the space are left behind in the move, ultimately ‘gifting’ the landlord. Smart power solutions can help to avoid this:
The amount of electrical devices required in the day-to-day running of an office will naturally present health and safety concerns if not handled properly. Trailing wires can easily become tip hazards while misuse of sockets can result in blown fuses or worse. These issues can be addressed and prevented through the following ways:
First impressions are crucial in the work place, therefore ensuring your office appears, slick, welcoming and professional to visitors is essential for attracting new clients and recruits. Small changes can make the workplace feel instantly more inviting, here’s how: