A cubicle panel system is one of two core elements of every workstation, with the other core part being the work desk. Cubicle panel systems produce their physical limits for different work areas. If we were to associate office cubicles to private offices, panel systems would be the walls of the room. But, unlike sheetrock walls, which are pretty much the same wherever you go, panel systems occur in a myriad of styles and dimensions. This provides space planners to design workstations that are highly individualized to a particular job type. It also permits corporations to dodge wasting space on offices that are too big for what the worker needs.
What makes open-concept cubicle panel systems different?
Open concept panels are smaller than cubicle dividers used in more conventional office design layouts. Like the ones shown in the picture above, they are just tall enough to stop employees from seeing each other’s display monitors and paperwork. Nevertheless, coworkers can still see each other’s faces and communicate when needed. While open-concept systems are becoming rarer in today’s office, a combination of open concept and privacy is still very common in many environments.
Are Cubicle Panel Systems Expensive?
The cost of cubicle panels depends mainly on the materials used to construct the panels. Fabric covered partitions are the most affordable on the market. Laminates are typically reasonably priced and still within the budgets of most growing businesses. When we get to fine veneers and glass, yet, we are looking at much higher costs. Companies who pay the higher costs for wood veneer and glass usually do so because the aesthetic of the office itself plays a direct role in the generation of revenue. Making the office look high end brings a return when customers who visit the location are excited to invest in a business that evidences excellent value.
Invest in cubicle panel systems that can be modified as your business grows
Yes. COFS Cubicle Office Furniture Sytems offers a reconfiguration service for firms that need to make workflow changes but who do not have the budget to invest in all-new workstations at present. Changing out older partitions, or adding cubicle extension walls, to existing workstations is a great way to produce a significant change in the atmosphere for a fraction of the cost of cubicle buying.
We Manufacturer cubicle panel systems
Our factory, located in Houston, Texas manufactures many of our cubicle panels in house. However, we also act as resellers for over 500 manufacturers. If you are looking for cubicle panels by Steelcase, Herman Miller, or Friant, for example, you can obtain them through COFS at a highly competitive price. Because we own our fleet of trucks, we can add worth to your investment with free delivery and installation nationwide.
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