Author Archives: Stefan Goldfinch

Locally Made vs. Imported, Mass Produced Office Furniture

  Made with care and attention to detail, when you choose locally made furniture over mass-produced imports, you’re choosing quality, and supporting your local economy. Sure, the imported stuff might be cheaper, but you’re sacrificing choice, design, colours, sizing, authenticity, quality, and craftsmanship, and more often than not you’ll need to replace it far sooner, […]

Power of Local – Why Dealing with Locally Owned Companies is Better than the Big Guys

  In today’s world of big box stores and online shopping, it’s easy to forget the value of supporting local businesses. But when you shop local, you’re not just getting a product or service – you’re getting a personal connection that you simply can’t find anywhere else. Absolute Office Comforts is proud to be local […]

5 Reasons Why You Should Invest in Custom Office Furniture

In the bustling world of business, workspaces hold significant sway over success. Yet, amidst the chaos of deadlines and meetings, the importance of having the right office furniture often goes overlooked. However, the decision to invest in custom made office furniture is not just about aesthetics, it’s a strategic move that can offer numerous benefits […]

Embracing Local Craftsmanship – 5 Benefits of Furniture Made Locally

In a world dominated by mass-produced furniture and assembly-line manufacturing, there’s something truly special about furniture made locally. From supporting local artisans to enjoying superior quality and customisation options, the benefits of investing in locally crafted furniture extend far beyond aesthetics. Let’s explore why choosing locally made furniture is a decision worth celebrating. Superior Quality […]

The Top 5 Chair Ergonomic Myths

1. All Ergonomic chairs are good for everyone. Wrong, all chairs do not suit everyones height, structure and personal requirements. 2. Ergonomic chairs are expensive. Wrong, well made chairs with adjustability do not nessessarily need to be expensive, a $1000 chair may not have any more eronomics than a $300 chair. 3. Ergonomic chairs are […]