When you are a company in transition and want to enter the next stage of your business with a clean slate, you may want to throw out your office furniture. Those old desks, chairs, and tables look worn and dull. However, they work fine and buying new office furniture can be expensive. It would feel wasteful to throw away furniture that has taken you so far in your business. So how can you make your used office furniture match their new surroundings? One used office furniture option that is gaining popularity is to purchase reconditioned office furniture.
Office furniture reconditioning is the process of stripping off the layers of grime that has built up on the furniture and then polishing and or refinishing. The furniture reconditioner would fill in nicks and fix any discolorations. It is essentially a deep cleaning followed by a thorough restoration. Reconditioned office furniture functions like new office furniture but at a fraction of the price.
The exact methods that will be used to recondition the furniture will depend on the material of which the individual piece is made. The person doing the reconditioning might use specialized strippers or cleaners give the furniture a deep cleaning. The reconditioning expert can rub specialized oil into wood and leather pieces to bring back its luster.
To create quality reconditioned office furniture, a professional might re-stain wood or replace a laminate covering on the reconditioned office furniture. Reupholstering cloth pieces would also be part of the reconditioning. The expert might use electrostatic paint to fix a damaged paint job. Producing quality reconditioned office furniture is an involved process, but an experienced reconditioner will produce brand new looking office furniture that is ready to be used in any business.
Contact Sunrise Office Services to learn more about reconditioned office furniture for your business. We have 35 years experience in used office furniture, office furniture liquidation and reconditioned office furniture. Get expert advice about specialty brands such as Knoll, Herman Miller, Humanscale, Steelcase, and Allsteel.