Inflation has made everything more expensive in recent years, and the cost of operating a business is no different. According to data published by Forbes, small and mid-sized businesses have seen their costs rise by an average of 20%, meaning business owners are looking to save money wherever possible.
When it comes to decorating the office, used office furniture is a great way for businesses to lower costs and increase ROI at the same time. Here’s how:
Lower Initial Investment
Second-hand office furniture is far less expensive to purchase than new furniture. While the exact cost savings depends on various factors, including the condition, age, and style, you can expect to save between 30% and 75% of the item’s original purchase price when buying used.
When you purchase new furniture, its value depreciates as soon as you take it out of the store. That depreciation has already occurred with the first owner with used office furniture. That means you’ll likely be able to recoup your investment when the time comes to upgrade, improving your ROI when compared with new furniture.
Reduced Assembly Costs
Whether you invest money in having professionals assemble new furniture or plan to assemble it yourself, purchasing used office furniture takes that investment off the table. With second-hand office furniture, it’s typically already assembled, which saves you time and money.
When you purchase used office furniture in Edmonton from GD Liquidators, you’re investing in high-quality pieces that are built to last. That means throughout the course of owning your furniture, you’ll spend less time and money on maintenance and repairs.
Find Used Office Furniture at GD Liquidators
If you’re building a new office space or re-furnishing one you already have, used office furniture is a great investment. Shop a huge selection of styles and colours at GD Liquidators. Our team is happy to help you select the perfect pieces for your space to improve comfort and efficiency.
Contact us today or visit us in-store to shop used office furniture in Edmonton.