Find a cost-effective storage solution for you workspace with used credenzas from Office Furniture Warehouse! Our 81,000sqft showroom houses a deep stock of wood credenzas and other cost-effective solutions to help make your workspace work as hard as you do. For a growing business, time and money are everything. Here’s the deal with used office furniture – it’s quicker quality that keeps your up-front costs low. Most often, you should expect severe discounting relative to buying new (exceeding 40%).
While we try to keep as much material out of the waste stream as possible, we can’t save everything. We only stock furniture with a condition of 7 and above on a scale of 10. There may be knicks and scratches, but there will certainly be character and craftsmanship. Since everything’s in stock, you don’t deal with lead times. Our local installation team can render service as soon as you confirm a date. Beyond hard costs, used office furniture affords growing organizations a few unique benefits. Used furniture is inherently green – by extending it’s useful life, we’re able to reduce the amount of waste in landfills. Cheap furniture bought new is constructed of particle board, which is held together with formaldehyde (among other harmful compounds). Those chemicals evaporate over time (“off-gassing”) which can contribute to workplace discomfort. Pre-owned furniture has either been constructed of materials that don’t off-gas, or has had time to off-gas. Allocating a portion of your budget to pre-owned furnishings can also earn credit toward LEED certifications.
So, moving forward, here’s what we suggest: take a stab at quantifying your project. Attach a headcount, measurements and any other concrete data you can collect (our team will be glad to help). Then, work in inspirations from personal preference and your brand. We’re here at 1900 Stuart Street every Monday through Friday from 8am – 5pm. You can send us a message and book time using the button below, or stop by at your convenience. Our sales team will take it from there. Sound good?