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How to Budget to Purchase Office Furniture
“You have an unlimited budget to buy office furniture,” said no one ever. In the real world, we all have to work within a budget when it comes to furnishing an office. Finding a balance between the kind of office furniture you would like, and the kind you can afford, can be a challenge. Investing in office furniture is an important decision that includes long-term considerations.
Here are some tips to help you set your budget:
- Identify your needs: Before making any purchases, create a list of the furniture items you need. This will help you prioritize your spending. Here are some questions to consider:
- How long do you need your furniture to last before the next upgrade?
- Will it be lightly or heavily used?
- Are you likely to make big moves that mean disassembling and reassembling pieces?
- Is your current furniture problematic for efficient workflow and employee production?
- Is collaboration encouraged throughout the organization?
- Have you asked your employees if they have style/colour preferences for their desks?
- Will you need to get rid of old furniture to make room for new furniture?
- Consider the long-term value: While it may be tempting to go for the cheapest option, consider the long-term value of your furniture purchases. Investing in high-quality, durable furniture can save you money in the long run by reducing the need for frequent replacements.
When you purchase furniture from Source, you should feel confident that you’re getting the best price, for the highest quality furniture. We also don’t believe in high pressure sales, and when you walk into our showroom, you’ll have the time you need to look around and ask questions. Our furniture specialists value your time and we want to make your furniture buying experience as enjoyable as possible. Our wide selection of products offers something for every budget, with high quality furniture pieces that don’t break the bank.