Office cubicles with doors are more affordable than most people realize. We have to remember that there are almost as many types of doors in the world as there are people, so it is very easy for a factory like Cubiture to create an affordable door for any workstation that requires a higher degree of personal privacy. Cubicle doors, like any other cubicle component, are made from a variety of materials that range in cost from the low-end to the exceptionally high-end. Selecting the right size for the door, then determining its material build, is the key to keeping cubicles with doors well within budget tolerance for any organization.
The most affordable cubicles with doors are those that have only a door-shaped entrance in one of the panels. While this does not completely isolate the worker, it restricts access to his or her workspace to one single location. Many workers prefer the doorway to be positioned near the far end of a side panel so that coworkers cannot stand at the doorway and look over their shoulders at their computer display.
Door openings are the least expensive way to create a controlled entryway and also reduce surrounding call center noise.
A variety of standard, hinged doors can be mounted to any cubicle panel. Many of these doors look just office doors. Some are operated with knobs, while others are operated by handles. Doors can be made from laminate, wood veneer, or panel fabrics so that they match the surrounding panels and present a seamless facade when closed. Wood veneer is generally more expensive than laminates, and fabrics are typically the least expensive of the three material types.
Companies with a moderate budget may want to consider purchasing cubicles made from fabric covered panels. This will leave sufficient funds remaining to install doors on each cubicle without completely exhausting the budget.
Cubicle With Sliding Doors
The most sophisticated cubicles with doors are those that have sliding doors that move from side to side. Sales professionals who spend a great deal of time on the phone can better focus on their calls because most of the office background noise is blocked by the closed door. Sliding doors also help insulate the exterior of the cubicle from the sales agent's phone conversation. In departments with 5-10 sales persons making calls throughout the day, it may be necessary to install sliding glass doors on all workstations in order to prevent multiple conversations from being overheard by customers.
Many assume that cubicles with sliding doors are too expensive to even consider. This is not the case with Cubiture. We have rolling doors that anyone can afford which we fit to 36 inch, 42 inch, and 48-inch door openings. They consist of an aluminum frame which is very easy to maneuver, a Lexan insert, and the color of your choice.
Begin with Free Design Services
Don't assume that cubicles with doors are beyond your budgetary capabilities. We will brainstorm different ideas for cubicles with doors as part of our complimentary space planning service. Because we own our own factory, we can easily scale the dimensions, materials used, and door type to fit the budget of any organization regardless of size. Once you have finalized the design, we can build, ship, and install your workstations at a predetermined price. We own our own factory and our own delivery trucks, so we can predict pricing for you in advance that you can count on.