No one is going to be happy sitting on a beaten up chair and working on a desk that looks like it’s about to collapse under the weight of all the documents on it. So, what should you do as a business owner? Get new furniture of course. Having great furniture in your office can be a great boon to your worker’s morale. Greater morale means better outputs from your workers that can help your business grow.
There is a problem in getting brand new furniture though. And it’s that they don’t come cheap. There is a solution and we call it remanufactured furniture.
What is Remanufactured Furniture?
They can be compared to a house that’s just gotten a fresh re-roofing or one of it’s faulty walls replaced with a brand new one. Out with the old and in with the new is the motto of remanufactured furniture and it helps old furniture find a new lease on life. This comes with its own set of advantages for you and your office as well.
Remanufactured Furniture Costs Less
Since remanufactured furniture is old furniture given a fresh coat of paint, they cost far less than furniture of the same type that’s fresh from the factory. Brass and steel used in furniture take a long time before they start showing signs of wear and tear. They’re also quite expensive to produce so the cheaper parts are the ones being mostly replaced during a remanufacturing.
They don’t slack when it comes to quality either. These pieces of furniture are recalibrated and repaired to match the original’s specifications. If you put a fresh from the factory piece of furniture next to a remanufactured one, you’d have an impressively hard time figuring out which is the remanufactured one.
Most pieces of remanufactured furniture is stripped of its old beaten down parts and replaced with factory new ones. They’re as aesthetically pleasing as fresh furniture and they’ll also last as long, if not longer than new furniture.
Sturdier than New Furniture
You might be wondering why remanufactured furniture is tougher than new furniture when its a lot more aged. The answer is simple. New furniture comes with flaws that don’t rear their ugly heads until after a bit of use. Mostly after your warranty has expired. You won’t even know that the new computer chair you’re using has a faulty spring until after several months or even years of use. One day that spring will end up injuring the person sitting on it. This is where remanufactured furniture has the upper hand.
Furniture that are candidates for remanufacturing have their flaws in plain sight. These visible flaws are then removed by replacing the faulty parts with brand new ones that get rid of that flaw. “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger” applies well to remanufactured furniture that have gone through multiple remanufacturing sessions.
It’s A Great Way To Help The Environment
Remanufactured furniture is great for offices with green thumbs. Old furniture isn’t thrown into landfills and instead given a chance to decorate your office. Not just that, but since the parts are re-used there will be less demand to get materials for an entirely new piece of furniture. Cheaper and greener is the name of the game when it comes to making remanufactured furniture.