Commercial Moving

Expert insights to help your data center relocation

Relocating data centers have unique challenges from a standard office move. As a result, you want to ensure you have little to no downtime. You also want to minimize the risk of damage to the equipment and assign trained experts with specialized equipment. If the move doesn’t go right, your business may be disrupted. Crafting a comprehensive data center move checklist is crucial to guarantee minimal downtime and mitigate the risk of equipment damage.

What to plan for when planning a Data Center relocation:

What are your key priorities?

Consider a relocation company that keeps your wants and needs a top priority. JK Moving’s project managers are logistics experts. They put your needs first, visit you on-site to see and listen to your priorities. We work with you to put a move plan together to make your server or IT move with minimum disruption.

Ensure that your sensitive equipment is protected

Look for a mover that ensures that your equipment is wrapped properly. JK Moving uses a proprietary Comp-U-Wrap® system that allows each component to be custom-wrapped with multiple layers of anti-static bubble bags. These bubble bags protect your equipment from nearly every possible danger.

Look for trained, certified experts

You’ve invested too much into your Data Center to leave your move to the lowest bidder.  So, look for a relocation company that has invested training and resources to offer the best the industry has to offer. JK has A+ Certified Crews who are background checked and trained to the highest standards in the industry. They learn how to move high-tech equipment at our business before they ever get to yours!

Our technology services team also works with our logistics fleet and experienced relocation specialists to ensure a seamless, turn-key, end-to-end data center migration project plan.

Want more information on how we can make your next IT move? Learn more here or contact us directly at 703.574.6754 |


Editor’s note: Revised on July 20, 2021.