12 December 2018

Where to use the chairs without castors

Grendene is a company that for several years produces and sells specific chairs for the office and for the workplace. We are specialized in the production and supply of different types of chairs for the most disparate uses, dealing in particular with the furniture for the places dedicated to the business: from offices, banks, commercial activities, meeting rooms, reception and much more.

In our range of office chairs there are plenty of chairs with castors, also because nowadays it is always more useful to have a chair with which you can move, especially if you work in contact with different people and you must move from one location to another.

But let’s see when the choice of a chair without castors is more appropriate, especially when you need to furnish some areas of the office such as waiting rooms, meeting rooms, or places such as halls and reception areas where customers are received.

Chairs without castors can be a floor lamp, with legs or with bases specially designed and designed to be used in these areas of the office where the important things are stability and solidity rather than mobility.

Environments where chairs without castors can be used

In an office, chairs without castors are recommended to accommodate guests, on the other side of the desk with respect to the position of the presidential chairs. These chairs will give elegance to the environment and will simultaneously help guests feel comfortable with comfort and stability.

Chairs without castors can certainly find a place inside the rooms for the community, whether they are meeting rooms, canteens or waiting rooms. In fact castors, in these specific cases, could be annoying, when what customers look for is a chair that stays still to allow them to eat or view videos and presentations. For these reasons we opt for chairs with fixed bases.

A further advantage of chairs without castors is that they are more practical to move by hand, to collect and stack: this is why they are ideal for meeting rooms and office locations, where conferences are held, with a large number of people. At the end of the meeting, in fact, often the chairs must be stacked and the room put in order. Practical, light chairs without castors will be much more comfortable to do this work of arrangement and reorganization of spaces.

We have therefore seen how even the chairs without castors can be advantageous in some cases. Obviously, together with these pros there are also some cons: using these chairs, movement  will be more difficult:  then, if you do a job in which you have to move, you will have to opt for chairs with castors. Secondly, chairs without castors are usually less controllable compared to those with castors: they will therefore be used for short periods of time and not suitable for those who must remain seated for many consecutive hours.