Monday, February 28, 2011
Many people shopping for new office furniture today are commonly looking to go green. However, the inexperienced shopper often finds themselves believing that GREENGUARD Certified office furniture will cost them more out of pocket. This is incorrect in several ways.
In today's market GREENGUARD office furniture includes everything from conference desks to reception stations. Finding GREENGUARD Certified furniture can be quite simple if you know the manufacturers to look for. Sites like ours, OfficeAnything.com, offer a host of products from industry leading manufacturers, who pride themselves on paving the way for the green office products movement. Companies like new furniture by Mayline, Global Total Office, and Safco offer hundreds of quality Green office products. Furthermore, these items are just like any other, with one huge exception! They have passed GREENGUARD Certification tests to be considered environmentally friendly. Products such as these can and will improve your indoor air quality significantly.
Basically what I'm getting at is that there is literally no extra charge to have a piece of green office furniture. The manufacturer has taken the time to have the items certified, makes the necessary changes in the products production, and provides the certified item at no additional cost! That being said, there is really no reason not to go green wherever possible. Now, I'm not saying that there aren't companies out there up-charging for green products. However, most do not. Finding a quality dealer that provides furniture from the companies stated above will go a long way. It will save you money and help you, help everyone! Considering that we have proven green office furniture costs the same as non-green, why wouldn't you help reduce our environmental footprint, and improve our air at the same time. To me, it's a no-brainer.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Global Total Office has become an industry leader when it comes to Office Chairs with Ergonomic Features. Many people in today's society have become increasingly aware that having quality ergonomic features on there office chairs can provide increased productivity and comfort-ability in the workplace. What many don't know is what these features are and why they help.
Understanding the benefits of these features can go a long ways. Knowing the features that will best support your throughout the day will go even further. That being said I have taken the time to highlight a few of the more common features found on Office Chairs by Global to help you understand what you are getting for your money.
These ergonomic chair features are:
Tilt Tension - This allows you to rock comfortably, without heavy pushing. It also reduces muscle fatigue.
Chair Tilt Lock - This feature allows you to lock chair tilt movement in various position(s) to accommodate your working posture.
Seat Height - Helps to avoid pressure under your thighs, easing blood flow. This is a great feature for taller men and shorter women. It allows you to work at a comfortable desk height.
Forward Seat Angle - Helps reduce disk pressure during forward leaning tasks.
Waterfall Seat Edge - An often overlooked feature, this reduces pressure at the back of the knee, contributing to good blood flow.
Contoured Cushions - Greatly helps support the body, effectively allowing you to sit longer without discomfort.
Center-Tilt - This features allows you to Tilt from a pivot point under the seat, and enhances blood flow.
With common knowledge of these chair features you can be quite educated when purchasing your next office chair. Furthermore, if you are missing some or all of these beneficial ergonomic features, then it might be time to upgrade your chair to a model from the Global Total Industries line. Global chairs are affordable and offer very high levels of comfort. Trust me, you will see a difference. Experiencing the problems that these features resolve is un-acceptable. Long term pain and dis-comfort can occur from sitting in an inadequate office chair for extended periods of time. Best of luck to you all!
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