Local retailers are great for homeowners looking for a nice living room set or a comfy armchair. Group home facilities need more than that. Group home furniture can withstand heavy use and resist spills and other issues that regular homeowners don’t encounter on a regular basis. Contract sellers can offer furniture solutions specifically designed for potential situations, such as:
- Incontinence seating
- Limited mobility chairs
- Bariatric furniture
- Anti-contraband furniture
- Flammability code compliance
- Suicide and self-harm solutions
2. An Ability to Manage Both Quantity and Budget.
Unlike homeowners, it’s not very feasible for group living facilities to buy furniture one piece at a time. Many group living professionals need to order furniture in larger quantities on a budget. While local retailers can struggle with bulk orders, quantity is not a problem for contract furniture sellers.Quantity isn’t the only hurdle for group homes. Buyers often have a furniture budget as well. Contract furniture sellers can work with you to find solutions that work with both your budget and your needs. Design consultants can give you advice on furniture options that can serve your patients without breaking the bank at the same time.