Published at Tuesday, 11 September 2018. Chair. By Jana Owens.
After considering your office decor, the next step is to assess the profile of the average person that will be sitting in your chairs. If you are a doctor’s office that caters to children you will want to make sure you have guest chairs that are small enough for a child combined with enough standard sized chairs to accommodate their parents as well. If you work at a hospital or environment where your guest chairs will be sat in continuously for multiple hours a day it would be worth your investment to find a heavy-duty guest chair that has a higher weight capacity for larger patients or customers. No matter what application your chairs are going to be used in it is important that they are built to last and will not break when a client or customer is sitting in it. It is best to avoid big box retailers that sell cheap guest chairs with flimsy construction and instead direct your search efforts to the internet where you can get an unbiased assessment of a guest chair complete with the product specifications and weight limit.
There are many different types of Adirondack kits, based on the individual’s needs and/or preferences. The most basic chair kit only comes with the basic wooden parts. Since the kit does not have any tools, you will have to use your own tools to assemble them. In fact, some of the wooden parts still have that rough feel to them so that you will need to use sandpaper and varnish to finish the job. Because of this, the basic Adirondack chair kit is not advisable for people who don’t have the carpentry skills. They are also not advisable for individuals suffering from allergies because of the sawdust that will be formed during the chair’s assembly.
Chair mats often bring up the concern for personal safety, for example, many people often do not look where they are walking and may be worried about tripping over their chair mat. The same can be said for walking in the dark at night in your home office and risking falling over from catching an edge on your mat. While cheaper mats do come with straight edges that can be a safety concern, there are plenty of higher quality mats available that come standard with rounded protective edges designed specifically so people do not trip over them. Rounded or beveled edges are also helpful for a smooth transition to the carpet or floor when rolling off the mat.
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