This might be the question you ask yourself when you need to replace some of your old furniture, but you don't want to spend a small fortune.
The answer is simple: go online.
Modern days search engines use super advanced software to make sure you get the most relevant information. In the case of second hand furniture, you will, most likely, be served information about furniture vendors near your location.
While our business deals with office furniture, this might be just the kind you need. If that's the case then you might be interested in the fact we are one of the best established used office furniture shops in the UK. Established in 1999, we have thousands of satisfied, returning customers. We are not limited to used office furniture however, we also trade new office furniture.
Why would you want to buy second hand furniture anyway?
There is plethora of reasons why you could want to buy used furniture. Probably the most important reason, it is much cheaper than new. This is especially visible in the case of premium brands office furniture. A new chair might cost north of £2000, yet we might sell it in "like new" condition for less than £500. That way you can get a branded, high-end office chair, that doesn't even look used for a fraction of it's value. It's important to note that premium office chairs are extremely long lasting with manufacturers warranty of 10-20 years. Many houses come with shorter warranty than top-end office chairs.
While used furniture might show some signs of use, dealers usually make sure products they sell have a lot of use left in them. For example, we give 12 months warranty on everything we sell. How can we be so certain of quality of our goods? We simply don't buy furniture that we are not sure will last. While we sell thousands of used chairs and second hand desks every year, we have had only 1 return in the last two years. And the customer left happy anyways, because they were offered a really good deal.
Another reason to be interested in second hand furniture might be the environment. Of course not everyone is concerned about the climate. However, if you are ecology-oriented you might take liking to used office furniture. While producing new office furniture uses energy and material, disposing of furniture uses additional energy and also fills our landfills. Second hand office furniture helps with those emissions and pollution, by giving another life to furniture. It's close to miracle, but our business actually helps to save millions (sic!) of kilograms of CO2 emissions every year.