I just got back from looking at a building that we are going to consider for relocation. It is a very long way from perfect and in fact it is going to require a significant amount of work to get it ready. Apparently we shall need to find some company to do sewer cleaning in Bronx NY. It is just not a very nice smell in this building, although it seems to only effect a small part of the structure. The plumbing seems to work well enough in the rest of the building. The wiring is another thing which is a big problem. In fact I am thinking that it probably just makes the most sense to completely rip out what is in the building and start from scratch. That seems like it is going to be the easiest way to get the wiring to pass inspection. What is in there now was probably installed at least three or four decades ago and a city inspector would laugh at it. The rest of the job is not going to be a piece of cake, but it is all stuff that we know how to do. The big thing is that we are going to have a whole lot of extra room. The production line we have now is going to take up about two fifths of the floor space. We are thinking about building a completely new production line and then slowly moving the existing machinery into the rest of the building. That would still leave us with a good bit of left over floor space. It is going to be enough so that we can build a big employee break room or use it for some other purpose. We shall probably simply leave it empty to have extra storage space.