How to Rent Toronto Office Furniture

How to Rent Toronto Office Furniture

Moving into a new office? Furniture is a must! We think it’s safe to say that without a desk and chair, your employees will have a tough time getting work done. And where will your clients and business associates sit when they come in for a meeting? What about the break room area? Not to worry — Executive Furniture Rentals is the best place to rent Toronto office furniture. We have you covered.

If you’re interested in renting Toronto office furniture, know that the rental process is easy thanks to our trained rental consultants. Visit our showroom, call or email us, and our consultants will help you and send you a formal quote for signature as well as process your order upon receipt. If it’s a longer term rental, a credit application will probably accompany the quote. Once we receive the initial payment, we’ll bill you monthly.

Many people ask whether it’s possible to rent-to-own furniture. The answer is yes: All transactions have an immediate lease-to-purchase option if the client wants to. An established, approved credit card is the only credit required.

When you rent office furniture, the delivery can be made as soon as 48 hours. If that’s too long — if you need next- or same-day delivery — just contact us. Our Toronto furniture rental store is always happy to accommodate you. Rental delivery charges amount to just a fraction of the actual costs, and they’re only charged to offset some of the rising costs of fuel, labour and truck depreciation. Some of our competitors bury the cost of delivery and pick-up, but we do not do that.

All rental furniture is delivered to you in showroom condition, and in many cases, the furniture is new. The cost to rent office furniture depends on the value of the furniture and the time period.

If you’re ready to rent office furniture, we hope you’ll contact us at Executive Furniture Rentals. We’re proud to offer outstanding service and are ready to assist you.

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By | 2010-03-03T15:21:32+00:00 March 3rd, 2010|