Using Office Partitions to Create Distinct Work Areas

The use of office partitions is helping many businesses scale back on the costs associated with creating efficient and effective office spaces. Instead of spending thousands and enduring days or even weeks of dusty renovations to build permanent walls, a business can buy attractive partitions that beautifully define individual workspaces and can enhance the aesthetics of your workplace. While permanent walls usually need costly insulation to block noise bleed-through, many office partitions come already equipped with fabric and insulating material to reduce noise transfer between work areas.

Plus, an office partition, like other forms of modular office furniture, can be repositioned or added onto as office space needs change. In addition to versatility, partitions can also allow a business to express some creative flair in how their office looks. While partitions of the past often came in drab colors and opaque materials, many office partitions these days are made with classy clear or frosted glass and sleek wood laminates, and are available in a range of exciting hues.

There are many reasons to consider buying partitions for your workplace, and at Panel Systems Unlimited, you will find a huge array of partitions sure to suit your needs. Our vast inventory of office furnishings include new, used, refurbished, and remanufactured partitions and panels from leading manufacturers such as Steelcase, Herman Miller, Haworth, HON, Allsteel, and many others. Additionally, we offer professional space planning by industry experts who use a state-of-the-art 3-D CAD program that can help you envision the most efficient layout for your office partitions.

Contact us today for more information on our office partitions and many other types of systems office furniture for businesses in Atlanta, Montgomery, Augusta, Birmingham, and Chattanooga. Our selection of other office system furnishings include call center cubicles, telemarketing cubes, computer workstations, and much more.

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