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Office Furniture Rentals – Ontario
Making temporary space, your space!
What’s your situation?
An election campaign office. A major police investigation. A charity event. A work-site trailer. Even a temporary workspace during construction renovation.
Each of these are examples of locations that can be furnished with rental office furniture.
Perhaps you find yourself in just such a scenario for the first time. What do you need to consider as you begin the process of setting up a temporary office space?
Key pieces that come to mind immediately: desks, task chairs, guest seating and maybe some shelving. But what else? Is that enough to efficiently manage the project and to accomplish your task?
Speak with office furniture rental experts.
The atWork Office Furniture team will be able to talk you through all the questions to consider, ensuring that you meet all your equipment needs. Will you need filing cabinets? Lockable storage? Extra folding tables and chairs? Lounge and hospitality furniture?
It is imperative that you take time to consider all of the consistent and daily uses of this space during the completion of the project, as well as the incidental or occasional uses of the space. Even if you only have need of hospitality furniture once in the time of the temporary set-up, you still need to make sure that you include those items in your rental agreement. Speaking with an experienced office furniture rental supplier will help you to think through all of your potential needs.
It doesn’t need to mean having a second-rate office
Your business and reputation are reflected in your rented space as much as in your permanent space. Additionally, you will be expecting that your staff to produce productive results in this temporary space.
Planning your office furniture rentals with your experienced office designer and supplier, atWork Office Furniture, will help you and your team make the most of your work space no matter how long you need to be in it.