CAL 117 and CAL 133 flamatory laws explained easy

Posted by Janet Voigt on Tue, Apr 01, 2014 @ 02:22 PM

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Topics: Flammability Standards, Fabric/Upholstered Furniture for Contract, CAL 133, Fabric/Upholstered

How to Choose Contract Fabrics Like a Pro

Posted by Janet Voigt on Mon, Nov 18, 2013 @ 09:00 AM

In the world of contract (non-retail) furniture, fabrics take on a whole new dynamic.

Contract grade upholstery can get as technical as a Java code! Furniture and fabrics for heavy use and health care applications are made to exacting standards to ensure stability under constant use, resist staining, deter breakage, prevent fluid seepage, defend against bacteria and microbe growth, and so much more!

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Topics: Fabric/Upholstered Furniture for Contract, Contract Furniture & Fabric: Making it Last, Fabric/Upholstered

The Power of the Right Upholstery Fabric

Posted by Janet Voigt on Wed, Mar 06, 2013 @ 08:30 AM

When selecting contract fabrics for upholstered furniture, there are many things to consider. 
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Topics: Interior Design Advice of Group Living Facilities, Commercial Lounge Furniture, Contract Furniture, Fabric/Upholstered Furniture for Contract, Contract Furniture & Fabric: Making it Last

Contract Furniture Trends

Posted by Janet Voigt on Thu, Jan 10, 2013 @ 03:21 PM

Healthcare, group living and housing experts have returned to the proverbial drawing board after putting last year to bed.  This year is packed with conferences and industry gatherings for professional buyers, architects and planners. Now that the New Year is firmly underway, these experts have started letting the industry know about what they expect to see in terms of contract furniture trends for the upcoming year.

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Topics: Interior Design Advice of Group Living Facilities, Commercial Lounge Furniture, Contract Furniture, Fabric/Upholstered Furniture for Contract

5 Creative Ways to Manage Patient Incontinence

Posted by Janet Voigt on Mon, Jul 30, 2012 @ 08:50 AM

Patients and consumers with incontinence create a special kind of demand on staff and direct service providers.

Not only is there risk to the health of patient, but cleaning both the patient, furniture and flooring takes the time and effort of staff trying to manage broad responsibilities. Furniture can often be ruined by bodily fluids that are either not cleaned entirely or due to soaking into hard-to-clean places like the foam and frame.

With the growing demands for WELL-DESIGNED FURNITURE to help care givers manage limited mobility and incontinence, consider these 5 little-known facts that might make life easier for anyone dealing with incontinence:

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Topics: Health Care Furniture, Commercial Lounge Furniture, Furniture For Incontinence, Fabric/Upholstered Furniture for Contract, Contract Furniture & Fabric: Making it Last

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