Choosing the right chair is essential. Do not hesitate to contact us for assistance on which chair or chairs are suitable for you needs.
Chairs for the boardroom differ significantly from task chairs or visitor chairs., cafe chairs or training chairs.
If you or your staff sit at a desk for long periods, it’s essential to have adjustments for seat height, backrest tilt and armrest height. Spine-Health.com’s handy checklist is helpful reading.
The chair must have an appropriate weight handling capacity. Width and strength in a task chair are best matched to the person who will be using it.
Commercial grade chairs generally need to be of a higher build standard that a general budget chair. The upholstery, whether it’s leather, mesh, fabric, PU (imitation leather) needs to be durable and stitching rugged. The chair(s) can represent a significant investment which needs to be amortised over a significant time to give a good ROI (return on investment).
Chairs have distinct design features. Boardroom chairs ought keep attendees alert. You certainly don’t want your attendees falling asleep! Task/office chairs must provide long term comfort with spinal support. A visitor or cafe chair has a specific purpose. variations will again be of a totally different design. Sometimes you need to set up a temporary meeting or training session for many people. You’ll need chairs that can be trolleyed away and stacked, taking up less storage space. A training chairs is designed to maybe carry a laptop or tablet maybe with the option of being joined together.
Regardless of the chair usage, it’s important to regularly get up, stretch and have a short walk. Have a look at this anti-ageing video from Realage.
If at all possible we can arrange a sample chair. For large orders this is important. If that’s not possible we will do our best to recommend the appropriate range of chairs for you needs.