Don’t get a new job, get a new office!


Do you feel like you’re on top of your office mates? Maybe you’re climbing over their desks, just to get to the door? Have you considered attaching furnishings to the ceiling to make space on the floor? It may be time to add some office space, then.


Traditionally, we’ve used stick-frame or balloon-wall construction for office space; that takes a long time and makes quite the mess. We’ve partnered with Starrco Modular Office Systems to make adding office space easy. Our partners at Starrco have engineered their modular office system to be quick and simple to install. All materials are cut, fit and marked at the factory, and then they are put together at your site.

Besides taking a long time to build, traditional construction takes a long time to write off; it takes 39 years to be precise. Modular offices are eligible for 7-year depreciation, or even current year write off under Section 179 of the Internal Revenue Code, which, by our math, is a lot less time. But you really should ask your accountant.

We’ve made this handy guide to help you layout your dream office.  Have more questions? Get in touch with us!

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