There are a number of reasons why more and more businesses are choosing to make Serviced Offices, or Business Centres, their home. When you arrive at a business centre, everything your company will need to thrive is already there for you. Offices are fitted out with desks and chairs, impressive layouts and design, as well as kitchens, breakout areas and meeting rooms. Business centres often give companies the chance to work from highly professional, impressive workspaces. Reading Business Centre, for instance provides executive layouts with incredible panoramic views of Reading. On top of this, you will likely receive admin solutions, state of the art technology and telephone and IT services that can help your company grow.

Often, given all the benefits that serviced offices bring to businesses, people can sometimes mistakenly believe that it must be expensive to make a business centre your company’s home. Luckily, FreeOfficeFinder have taken a look at some of the ways that serviced offices are actually the more cost-effective option when it comes to finding workspace for your business.


  1. Pay for the Office, Not the Facilities


As opposed to renting a leased office, you only pay for the space you really need in a Serviced Office. Facilities like toilets, kitchens, meeting rooms and break rooms are communal, managed facilities. The Serviced Office provider takes care of these, so that you only have to pay for the desk space/office that you use. This can provide a large saving for businesses, who would otherwise have to pay rent on the whole internal area.


  1. Already Fitted Out


When renting a Serviced Office, you won’t have to worry about chairs, desks, drawers or filing cabinets. In addition, the space will be decorated and can be configured on request. When you rent a leased office, you will need to purchase furniture as the space is typically an empty shell.  Fitting an office out can also prove very expensive as build work isn’t cheap, so there is a lot of time and effort, in addition to cost, saved in the process.


  1. Outsourced Staffing Costs


Serviced Offices often already have employed staff, such as Receptionists and Admin Staff. This means that you can benefit from in house staff who can perform any adhoc task you need (on site) without the need to employ and pay wages for a dedicated person/s for the role. Sometimes, you may need to pay an extra pay-as-you-go fee for support service staff, but this is minimal compared to an actual wage.


  1. No Maintenance Costs


Maintenance costs will no longer be a cause of pain once you have moved into your Serviced Office. When the air conditioning packs in, the electricity goes or the toilet gets blocked, it won’t be your problem. In a Serviced Office these inevitable troubles are covered by the workspace provider, meaning you are saving on maintenance.


  1. Flexible Space


Any company that wants to expand takes a risk renting leased office space. They cannot be certain that their company will definitely grow into the space, nor can they be definite they won’t outgrow it. Either way, by taking a larger space to grow into, they will be paying for it (and for a long time, as you are usually bound to a 3 to 10 year contract). Renting a Serviced Office normally rids you of this worry. Rent the exact size you need initially and the provider will typically allow you to jump to larger spaces in the building as and when your company grows.