As we’ve mentioned before, buying commercial-grade furniture isn’t as easy as it sounds. In some of our previous blogs, we spoke about buying furniture for both indie and chain restaurants and in another blog, we spoke about outdoor furniture for hotels and resorts. But what about selecting the right furniture for business and industrial uses?
What you want and expect in this category of outdoor furniture is for it to be visually appealing and comfortable. However, just as important is high-quality while being low maintenance. It needs to be about making places, and spaces, people-friendly.
BUSINESS AND INDUSTRIAL OUTDOOR SPACES
If you’re in the market for some high-grade commercial outdoor furniture for your business and industrial space, you probably would like some help along the way to figure out exactly what you need and where it’s going to be placed.
Could your employees benefit by taking their breaks in fresh outdoor air space? Kay Park offers a large variety of picnic tables, in many sizes, styles, and maintenance-free materials for them to eat lunch on.
If you have limited space, adding a few benches to perch on at break time in an outdoor space can be a nice addition too. Benches along a front entrance sidewalk can also be welcoming to patrons of a business.
As with public entities, it is always a good idea to provide ash and trash receptacles to make it convenient for people to dispose of waste and keep the area tidy.
A VARIETY OF TABLE SIZES
Adding a place to post bulletins, or finding directions for patrons or employees is another nice amenity for businesses. Our recycled plastic outdoor message centers are maintenance free.
If you’re looking for a family-owned business that’s been around since 1954 creating, designing and manufacturing robust commercial outdoor furniture that’s Made in the USA, you have come to the right spot. The Kay Park staff will help you decide what your best options are for your climate, dimensions of the space and your needs to ensure that it looks inviting, but is functional for you and your business.
To learn more about how to choose the right commercial outdoor furniture, read our previous blog about the Top 5 things to consider.