New cubicles are easy to get for any size workforce, but a middling office supply budget is hard to reconcile with a large requirement for new cubicles. If you have a large-ish office you’d like to stock with new office cubicles, that presents a problem.
The high cost of new cubicles, for one thing, can put a damper on your dreams of new office furniture domination. To take an example, new Herman Miller Eames shelves may cost you upward of $3,000 a unit. Extrapolate that to other new Herman Miller products, and you might end up spending a pretty penny and not yet furnish the whole office! (Imagine that – you blow your whole budget on new cubicles and you only have enough just for the sales department.)
The trick is knowing where to save costs – buying new cubicles manufactured from virgin resources may not be a wise move. But dumping new cubicles doesn’t mean that you compromise on quality – not all cost-conscious options are quality downgrades. Used cubicles can be just as effective – looks- and function-wise – as new office cubicles. You just have to know where to look.
Used cubicles with that new-cubicles look. Buy used cubicles from a trusted dealer, and you’ll find your whole office stocked with furniture in a flash. Many businesses, when going out of business or moving locations, don’t take their cubicles with them when they go. With an ample inventory to choose from, you’ll likely find old cubicles with the new cubicles feel very easily from a supplier you can trust.
Unlike used cars, cubicles aren’t usually let go because of wear and tear. So it’s relatively easy to set a high bar for quality even when you’re perusing the used cubicle inventory. In fact the standards are much the same compared to those of new cubicles – durability, price, and function are just as important, and shouldn’t be overlooked.