By Forrest Vernadeau. Office Desk. Published at Saturday, August 10th, 2019 - 06:19:44 AM.
Your home office desk is important. Not only because you have an office at home and you need one, but mainly because of the way it meets your personal needs, both ergonomically and with regard to the storage facilities a good desk provides. An example of that is a desk that provides filing capacity in a deep drawer, which is an essential if your office has no room for a filing cabinet. For many people, their home office is no more than a cupboard or a similar small area. For others it could be larger than most people’s bedrooms. Irrespective of the space available to you, you will want a desk that perfectly meets your needs with regard to accessibility, storage and comfort – and don’t forget looks.
Desk quality is also extremely important. Office desks usually cost a lot more than writing or other more standard desks and as such you want to make sure that you get something that will last and stand the test of time. While someone buying a desk for their home may have no problem replacing a desk every year, it is highly unlikely that a boss would buy a desk knowing that he or she will have to replace it just a year later. So what factors should you look for in a desk to check its quality? The first thing is to check the drawers. Pull them out and see how far they extend. Quality desk drawers should be able to extend out far enough to ensure there is enough space inside, but more importantly the drawer should not flex or bend when fully extended.
Storage: If you choose a 3-in-1 printer, incorporating a copier and scanner, your storage will be limited to printer paper, documents, files and books. As suggested earlier, one deep drawer can be fitted with filing rails, with another 3-4 drawers for less bulky items. If you use fax, that capability can transferred to your computer which can receive and send faxes to and from regular types of fax machine. You should also consider whether locks are necessary or not.
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