Choosing Between RTA and Fully Assembled Furniture

Lora Davis
 


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When people choose to buy new office furniture these days there are two basic options to choose from; they can choose from fully assembled or ready-to-assemble also known as RTA. Each of this type of furniture ships just as the name implies though when you buy RTA you will need the services of a furniture assembler who will help you put the pieces together before they can be used. When you have to choose between the two, you need to realize that they both have different requirements so you need to choose carefully. You want to think about the financial, space and time requirements that come with fully assembled furniture and RTA where you will need help with IKEA assembly.

Cost: The issue of cost is always an important consideration in most companies and as a result you want to know how much the company will be willing and able to spend even before you start the shopping process. Even though you will end up looking for a furniture assembler in Maryland, RTA furniture is always less expensive than the fully assembled furniture. You will also realize that RTA boxes are typically smaller and they fit easily into a truck; you may also choose to ship non-truck using UPS and this is likely to greatly reduce the cost because shippers normally take weight into consideration when they are charging. You should be prepared to spend more when you choose fully assembled furniture whether it is on the purchase price as well as shipping. If you have issues with budget you are better off going for RTA furniture.

Convenience: If you are looking for convenience and you don’t mind paying a little extra for your next office desk, you want to choose fully assembled furniture. There are different brands of RTA furniture whose assembly will range from simple to complicated that can take you several hours to fix. The advantage of fully assembled furniture is that you will start using it as soon as it arrives in your office while for the RTA you need to look for Amazon furniture assembly help. You want to think about how much you are willing to pay for your convenience; the good news is that when you buy RTA furniture you don’t have to let you staff struggle for the entire weekend trying to read those difficult to understand manuals because getting assembly service in Maryland is not such a big deal.

Space constraints: Before you fully decide that you are going to bring a fully assembled piece of furniture into your office you want to be sure that you have the space to accommodate it. If you are ordering a chair you really have nothing to worry about; you must be careful when you are ordering fully assembles executive desks, conference tables and other larger pieces of furniture. The best thing about RTA furniture is that it ships in small compact boxes that will not be difficult to bring through any size of door space; once you have everything inside the office you can then look for local furniture assembly companies to help you with the rest.

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