Frequently Asked Questions FAQs – Commercial Furniture

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FAQ of Commercial Furniture

Knowledge base of Commercial Furniture - Frequently Asked Questions

How much does commercial furniture cost?

Expenditure Examples

This helps to illustrate another factor – for smaller projects, the ratio of expenditure on front-of-house furniture tends to be higher, increasing the overall cost per head. We can quickly prepare accurate and reliable budgets for your project – Contact us for a no-obligation consultation.

Bronze

£1000- £1500 per person overall

Good quality commercial standard products with a typical warranty of 5 years. Steel-framed system desks with dividing screen, storage pedestal, ergonomic (synchronous) task armchair, and a basic monitor arm. Finishes throughout typically MFC and ‘Group 1’ fabrics.

Silver

£1500- £2000 per person overall

As above, but more choice and flexibility of finishes for important areas, such as veneer tables and credenzas for Meeting Rooms, and fabrics for break-out areas. Full cable management and power distribution, better monitor arms and a better chair. Warranties up to 10 years.

Office

Gold

£2000- £2500 per person overall

Mainline global branded products with refined specifications and warranties of 10 years to lifetime. Very nice ‘front-of-house’ furnishings with some ‘designer’ pieces. Good flexibility for choice of seating and finishes throughout, high volumes of refined storage and/or break-out spaces. (This budget should cover most needs to a great standard)

Platinum

£2500- £3500 per person overall

Mainline global branded products with extensive use of high-quality ‘classic design’ pieces. Finishes to include the best veneers, fabrics and leathers. This budget will create an exceptionally comfortable and impressive working environment. Warranties of 10 years to lifetime.

ProjectStaff NumberCostCost Per HeadStandard
1230£276k£1200 Bronze
2153£197k£1287Bronze/Silver
325£50k£2000Gold
416£40k£2500Silver/Gold
5160£130k£812Bronze
6300£390k£1300 Silver(Sit/stand desks only)
7325£428k£1320Silver/Gold(Some Existing re-used)
886£142k£1650Silver
9148£215k£1453Bronze(30% sit/stand desks)
10175£360k£2057Silver(All sit/stand desks)
Average162£223k£1558

Source – Interion

What does commercial grade furniture mean?

Commercial grade furniture is made to an entirely different standard than regular furniture sold at retail stores. Restaurants, bars, hospitals, city gardens, and any other public place require places for people to sit. These options need to be safe and sturdy, the last thing you want is someone to fall through a chair because it wasn’t built to withstand enough weight. Instead of dealing with a lawsuit in the future, just invest in quality commercial grade furniture.

What does commercial use furniture mean?

Also known as contract furniture relates to furnishings that have been specifically designed and tested for use in business interiors where they will be used regularly or constantly be large volumes of people over long periods of time.

What is commercial furniture?

Definition: Commercial Furniture aka contract furniture relates to furnishings that have been specifically designed and tested for use in business interiors where they will be used regularly or constantly be large volumes of people over long periods of time.

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