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Your business is in the market for new furniture, but you can't afford to pay full price for new furniture. That doesn't mean you can't achieve your goal of replacing your current office furniture – you just need to get creative when it comes to sourcing the furniture you'll eventually buy.
Plan and Know
You wouldn't treat office furniture buying the same way you'd treat buying a loaf of bread or a new package of socks. When it comes to these items, you know what you like and what you don't, so that, when you go to the store, you go right to the aisles where they are stocked and pick up what you need.
With furniture buying, you need to be much more careful about your choices. Start by creating a buying plan. You need to know what kind of furniture you need; the quantities needed; and even whether you'll need to consider whether any employees are especially petite or large. You need to know price ranges; whether the furniture is ergonomic; whether you can find the same item at different stores; and whether you may qualify for discounts. Take all of these questions into consideration as you make your buying plan.
Think “Comfort and Ergonomic”
It's much easier to sit through creating a lengthy, detailed spreadsheet when your chair is comfortable and your back doesn't start to hurt. Focusing on that spreadsheet is also easier when you don't have to keep adjusting your chair to the height of your desk.
Keep ergonomic principles in mind. Rather than being a pricey extra, these help keep you and your employees from developing unwanted pain or even injuries from using furniture that doesn't fit your body or its needs.
Turn to Business Associates
You associate with business colleagues on several issues, so add this to the list. Maybe you know a business owner in the next office suite who just purchased new office furniture. Go to them and ask them if you can look at what they bought. Ask them about any special deals they got, whether the furniture was made with ergonomics in mind and if they like their furniture choices.
Chances are that you'll find out quite a bit of necessary information from these people. You'll be able to avoid any missteps they made have made, which makes your own furniture-buying much easier.
Shop at Multiple Stores
Look in brick-and-mortar stores as well as their online versions. While you won't be able to touch or “test-drive” the furniture you find in an online store, you'll be able to read the descriptions and find out what you need to know.
Keep detailed notes about the different items you see in each store. You don't want to be slowed down, finding those desks or workstations because you didn't write down the store name or website URL.
Ask Stores for Discounts
“What you see is what you get” doesn't have to be the rule when it comes to ordering and buying office furniture. Ask about the different discounts you might qualify for, such as volume discounts, clearance sales or holiday specials. Even though you are buying furniture, you still need to keep the bottom line in mind. Ask our experts at Cubiture about our line of office furniture. Browse our office furniture when it's time to buy.
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