Buying new cafeteria tables & seating is a big expense. For many school districts, it can be difficult to acquire funding for high dollar furniture. For major purchases such as these, it’s important that the new furniture will be highly durable, lasting 15 to 30 years, therefore making the wrong buying decisions could prove to be even more costly. Another consideration when purchasing new cafeteria furniture is lead times. It can take anywhere from 4-6 weeks, or longer, which proves to be difficult if there are time constraints. Renovating and updating your cafeteria tables can save the school a lot of time and money.
New-looking, well-kept cafeteria tables & seating helps students & visitors have pride in their school. Matching furnishing colors to school colors also contribute to school spirit. If you’re looking to give your cafeteria a fresh look, you should consider renovating the existing tables. Choosing this route saves the school time and money. Not only will the school not have the large expense of buying new, but it also allows the existing furniture to last for years to come, saving money long term. Renovation projects can be completed quickly and efficiently without causing major disruptions.
To help guide you through the buying process for cafeteria table renovation parts, we put together this cheat sheet of the replacement parts we offer including highlights, video, and links to product listings.
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