— 28 February 2020
Have a read of our latest blog post which answers some of our frequently asked questions on the use of contract furniture.
1. What is contract furniture?
Contract furniture is intended for commercial use. It is manufactured with added strengthening features to withstand use in environments such as bars, restaurants, hotels and other spaces that are subject to heavy traffic on a regular basis.
2. Why do I need contract furniture?
Contract furniture is more cost-effective for businesses as you don’t need to purchase new furniture every few months if it breaks or gets damaged. Bespoke contract furniture is designed and manufactured differently to ensure durability and withstand the rigors a contract environment endures. Contract furniture must meet contract quality requirements and its upholstery and finishes must meet the hospitality environment standards. Therefore, when specifying fabrics for your furniture they must meet all the British Standards for flammability including Crib 5 FR (Fire Retardant).
3. How much does contract furniture cost?
All our projects are custom which means that no two are the same. We don’t have a price list as our projects are individually quoted for. Prices will vary depending on specification, materials and fabrics. If you have a project you would like us to quote for, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 028 877 58111.
4. How do I get samples of stains or fabrics?
If you are currently working on a project with us and require a sample of stains or fabrics, please get in touch and we can arrange this for you.
5. What is the best way to contact you?
You can send an email to email@example.com or if you prefer to speak to someone you can call us on 028 877 58111.