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Our New Showroom is Open for Business!

Our old showroom is officially closed, and our new address is:

5595 Raby Rd. Bldg 3 Norfolk, VA 23502

 

Our new showroom is located only about a mile away from our old showroom. Click here for directions!

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We now have 90,000 sq. ft. worth of space, filled with desks, chairs, filing cabinets, and more. Come visit us!

www.OFOVA.com
(757) 855-2800
5595 Raby Rd. Bldg 3
Norfolk, VA 23502

Hours of Operation:
Mon-Fri: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sat: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Shop Small on Nov 28th

Fb_Timeline_love3 Great Reasons to Participate in Small Business Saturday:

1) Keep Your Community Thriving

Shopping small creates and supports local jobs.  By supporting small business you’re supporting your local economy and providing more jobs for your neighbors.  When you shop at larger stores, your dollars leave the community.  If you spend your money locally, it stays in the community and gets circulated multiple times. Studies show that regions with higher densities of local businesses have superior economic performance. Multiple sources report that every dollar spent at a local business leads to two to four times the amount of jobs, income and wealth, tax collections, and charitable contributions. More sales mean more in local taxes, which would fund things like better roads and parks.

“When profits stay local, it increases the community’s wealth, tax revenue, and standard of living.”

2) Have An Enjoyable Shopping Experience

When shopping local, not only do you often get the best and most unique choices, but also the best customer service.  Small businesses offer a personalized and intimate experience. You will probably get to meet the owner, and get to have a very warm and friendly shopping experience that is hard to find in larger stores. Focus on the customer is a top priority.

“81% of consumers think small business delivers better service than big businesses do.”

3) Small Businesses Give Back

Small businesses are interested in keeping jobs at home.  They purchase goods and services from other local businesses, keeping more money in the community.  Studies found that small, locally owned businesses are more likely to pay employees a higher wage with more benefits, while big retailers are reducing wages and benefits.  Median incomes have risen faster in places with more small businesses compared to those dominated by big businesses. Studies also show that over 90% of small business owners contribute to their communities through volunteering or donations each year.

So don’t spend all of your money on Black Friday, save some for the little guys on Small Business Saturday! Office Furniture Outlet will be open from 10 AM- 4 PM and we’ll be offering great discounts and free goodies while supplies last.  Click here to check for other small businesses in your area to support as well. Happy shopping!

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Ergonomics Explained

The below article details ergonomics in the workplace.


 

How to Shop for an Ergonomic Task Chair | Dwell

written by:
Diana Budds
Associate Editor at Dwell

We sat down with ergonomics expert Sacha Burn to ask how we can avoid cubicle-based back aches.

Can you explain a little bit about your work and what you do?

Ergonomics is really the science of fitting the task to the user, rather than the user trying to fit themselves to their tools or their task. Part of my specific role is to be able to provide ergonomic design recommendations for the designed product. It’s about working with our clients and studying at the employee level to improve the fit between the environment and the user. But largely what we spend our time doing is reactively addressing ergonomics, perhaps after someone has developed discomfort or even an injury. We work to improve the fit between environment and that user to make sure that we’re reducing their risk of developing [further] discomfort and injury, improving their comfort but also in turn improving things like their productivity, their efficiency, their satisfaction, and their overall health.

If you invest this much into creating an ergonomically correct workspace, are you really saving money down the line in these other costs?

One of my favorite studies was one that was actually published in the Journal of the American Medical Association. What the researches did was survey about 30,000 employees across many different industries and found that over half of them, almost 53% of them, reported some sort of discomfort. This specific study found that of those people who reported discomfort, they were losing about five productive hours a week to their discomfort. Taking longer to get started in the morning, having to leave early, maybe having to change their job tasks, sometimes even having to take breaks to complain to their co-workers about their discomfort. So we’re losing about five hours a week, but really this adds up to 30 or 40 working days every year, and if you take out weekends that’s almost two working months that we could be paying employees who are there but are not actually working.

What are the most common problems in a workspace from an ergonomic perspective?

The number one challenge of most office space work environments is that standard desk height in the U.S. is set at about 29 and a half inches from the ground. The reason this is a problem is that we want the work environment to be set to fit the employee, and not the employee to fit their body to the work environment.

Another challenge that we had is that growing up we had mothers and fathers and teachers who told us that we have to sit up straight for our posture, but really, what we know from ergonomic research these days is that sitting up straight and leaning forward puts an immense amount of pressure and stress on your body. It increases compression on your spinal disc, and it means that the muscles of the core and your lower back have to work all day long to hold you up. Even for someone who has abs of steel, those muscles aren’t going to be able to work that whole time without taking a break. The best thing to do in your office environment is to allow your back and your body to relax into the back of your chair—it reduces the pressure on your spine, and it reduces muscle activity in your back.

[There’s also] the fact that there’s nothing to govern the word ergonomic—anyone can label any product ergonomic. Even a few years ago Taco Bell came out with quesadillas and they advertised as having an ergonomic grip. I don’t know how that works.

So there is no formal oversight over companies labeling their products as ergonomic.

Absolutely not. What we teach is that instead of reaching for the product labeled “ergonomic” but looking for the criteria that will fit the tools to the body.

What are some important desk accessories to have?

I’d say that first of all I would encourage not calling it an accessory, because it implies we don’t actually need it—but it’s really one of the most important parts of the work station. The whole goal of fitting the tools to the user are to accommodate two things, our hands and our eyes. So really whatever you’re typing on should lie in the hands in lap position. And whatever you’re looking at—your documents, your monitor, or your laptop screen—we call that the height of your eye. If you can do this and move all the tools close to your body, you’re not going to be overusing specific muscles and you can actually sit back and recline in your chair. One of the big messages is to relax, be comfortable at work.

We advocate keyboard trays is because it allows your hands to work in your lap. It can change your posture so much more than a task chair can. You can give someone a kitchen stool, or you can give someone the most ergonomic chair in the world, but if they’re working at a desk that’s too high for them, they’re going to be working in the same [bad] posture. But if you give someone a keyboard tray they can change the height, the depth, the angle of where their hands are they can move the tools according to their body and completely change their posture for the better.

The other is to get your screen up to the level of your eye. The basic guideline is if you’re using a standard monitor, to set the top line of text at or just below the height of your eye. The reason is that as humans we naturally look down at about a negative 15 degree angle below the height of our eyes. And the reason this is important is you want your gaze to fall in the middle of the screen so your neck can stay neutral and relaxed and you don’t strain your neck. We recommend lowering the screen to match your neck line.

via How to Shop for an Ergonomic Task Chair | Dwell.

 

7 Things We Think You’ll Like!

Office Furniture Outlet of Virginia has been providing affordable new and used office furniture to businesses for over 20 years. Office Furniture Outlet has the largest inventory of used office furniture for sale in Hampton Roads. We buy and sell new and quality-used office furniture, including case goods, file cabinets, desks, workstations, chairs, credenzas and much more. Our business takes pride in helping you select the right furniture for your office, whether it is new, refurbished, remanufactured or as-is. We Have a Huge Showroom Open to the Public With the Largest Selection of Used Office Furniture Inventory in Hampton Roads. Our inventory changes daily, a visit to our showroom is highly recommended – Stop By Today!

Below is this week’s inventory of liquidated office furniture:

used l shaped desks

Gunlocke 36″ x 72″ L-Shaped Desk With 42″ Left Hand Return – Refinished in Mahogany

Desk Priced at: $1,299.99*

used office desks for sale in norfolk va

Hoosier 36″ x 68″ Double Pedestal Desk For Sale – Refinished in Mahogany HPL

Desk Priced at: $799.99*

used office chairs for sale

Wood Framed Guest Arm Chairs For Sale (10 Available- Sold in pairs only)

Each Priced at: $99.99*

used conference tables for sale

6′ Rectangular Conference Table With Black Legs

Table Priced at: $599.99*

used cubicles for sale

Teknion TOS Workstations For Sale: All Worksurfaces, Drawer Fronts, & Overhead Cabinet Doors Are Mahogany Wood – All Stations Have a Corner Worksurface (42″ or 36″) & 2 Straight Worksurfaces. Most Have a 60″ x 24″ & a 42″ x 24″ – All Stations Have a BBF & FF & 1-3 Overheads. Station Sizes Range from 8.5 x 7 – 10.5 x 7. (39 available)

~Pricing based on configuration*~

used bookcases for sale

New PL155 48″ Bookcase For Sale – Cherry HPL

Bookcase Priced at: $150.00*

used chairs for sale

Steelcase 421 Guest Chair with No Arms – Chrome or Black Legs (20 Available – Sold in pairs only)

Each Priced at $49.99*

* All Furniture Available For Rent or Lease


See something you like? Visit Our Showroom!

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Office Furniture Outlet
1124-B Kingwood Avenue
Norfolk, VA 23502

Showroom Hours
Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
or by Appointment


Office Furniture Outlet has New Items Arriving Daily.  If you don’t see what you are looking for, please give us a call and we would be happy to help you find what you need. (757) 855-2800


Join Our Mailing List! We try to offer our mailing list subscribers the first look at Office Furniture Outlet’s new arrivals. You can join today and if you wish to unsubscribe from our newsletters at anytime you may by sending us an e-mail or clicking on the “unsubscribe ” link at the bottom of any E-Newsletter we’ve sent you. If you want to be the first to know about incoming inventory join our e-newsletter and be the first to see all of our new liquidations!

 

 

Used Office Furniture: Rent, Lease & Own

Office Furniture Outlet buys used office furniture from Corporate Offices and companies. Buying used is a good way to support your Corporate Green Programs. Buying used helps save the environment and can save your business a substantial amount of money at the same time.

5 Things Anyone Can Learn from the Coolest Offices in the World

This article is from our friends at DailyWorth, a premier site on all things related to money, career, and entrepreneurship. Cutting-edge companies like Google and Pixar have been celebrated for their unconventional office spaces, which focus on fostering collaboration by bringing workers together in unplanned encounters—on strategically placed stairways, for instance, or over lunch or snacks in on-site cafeterias or snack bars. “Physical space is the biggest lever to encourage collaboration,” Ben Waber, PhD, author of People Analytics, told The New York Times when asked about Google’s office space. “And the data are clear that the biggest driver of performance is serendipitous interaction. For this to happen, you also need to shape a community. It’s the antithesis of the old factory model, where people were just cogs in a machine.” The benefits don’t have to lie with Googlers alone. Seventy percent of office workers and managers say that today’s employees are more productive than they were five years ago, according to a recent survey by Staples Advantage. Those gains are partly due to conveniences like mobile technology and telecommuting opportunities, but while in the office, workers’ productivity often depends on their environment. Companies of all sizes are now finding ways to boost worker efficiency through their office design and décor. Here are five trends for successful workspaces and how you can incorporate their principles into your own workday.

1. Let the Sun In

Frontiers’ office has plenty of natural light—even in interior rooms!

The Concept: Recent research shows that when employees are exposed to more natural light, they work better and produce more successful results. In Action: At Shutterstock, which recently opened new offices in New York’s Empire State Building, huge windows line the entire perimeter of the company’s space, and constant natural light has been an inspiration to employees. “Getting outdoors during the workday can recharge our batteries, but so can taking a moment to stand by the window, look out, and appreciate the beauty of the landscape,” says Danny Groner, manager of blogger partnerships and outreach at Shutterstock. “It’s a constant reminder of life beyond these walls. A desk inside a row of cubicles simply can’t rival that view.” What You Can Do: Try to sit near a window that allows natural light to shine in as you work. If your office (or cubicle) doesn’t provide access to natural light, spend some time near windows in common areas so you can get exposure to natural light. Take breaks and go outside. When the weather is nice, consider working outside (if you’re a freelancer or telecommuting).

2. Incorporate Play

Employees at Yelp love to take a midday break to play some ping pong, foosball, pool, or even corn hole.

The Concept: For children, play is a primary method of learning and developing. For adults, taking time to be playful can inspire creativity and new ideas. In Action: At Klick Health, a digital healthcare communications agency, workers can be active even during meetings, as boardroom chairs are equipped with stationary bicycle wheels and pedals. The space is also “filled with gadgets and gizmos that our team can go play with to find inspiration and help produce more creative solutions for our clients,” says Jay Goldman, managing director of Klick Health. “That injection of the unforeseen can help people step outside of their normal thought patterns and find entirely new ways of looking at a problem.” What You Can Do: Incorporate the value of play into your work environment by finding new and interesting elements into your space, even if it just means filling a cabinet in your office with squishy toys or silly putty, Goldman says.

3. Add Variety

HomeAway’s office has different spaces inspired by the company’s vacation rentals around the world.

The Concept: The current trend is to create offices that are designed for easy collaboration and flexibility, while still providing workspaces that allow employees to quietly focus on individual work, says Sherry Gaumond, director of interior design at Larson & Darby Group, an architecture and engineering firm based in Rockford, IL. “One of the key factors in worker productivity is for companies to provide different types of workspaces to accommodate the varying needs of its employees,” she says. In Action: Larson & Darby designed offices for Field Fastener, a distribution company in Machesney Park, IL, that accomplishes the goal of variety through its fireplace nook, “a warm and inviting area where planned and impromptu meetings can take place,” Gaumond says. “This area is used by employees who need to step away from their desks for quick, informal meetings and is also utilized as a lounge space where employees come together for free flowing interaction and brainstorming sessions.” As a separate meeting area, the setup allows “heads down” employees to continue their work without distraction and offers a less formal conference area where creativity can thrive, Gaumond says. Field Fastener also offers one centralized eating space, which includes a pool table and a grill, and encourages the gathering of workers from various departments. Such common areas “are essential to productivity as they offer an opportunity to take a break, convene with others, recharge, and have a little fun,” Gaumond says. What You Can Do: Examine your space and think about ways to provide variety. If you’re in management, maybe you could include both office chairs and bean bags in meeting rooms to provide different perspectives, as Klick Health does. Try to mix up your environments, rotating between your office or cubicle (e.g., a quiet workspace) and larger, shared spaces if they’re available.

4. Use White Space

Method likes to keep its workspaces as clean as its products.

The Concept: While certain paint colors have been shown to boost productivity for some workers, don’t underestimate the power of white space.  Some office designers incorporate whiteboards on the walls and clear, uncluttered white surfaces such as tables and desks to ensure success. “A less cluttered environment helps employees manage stress,” says Megan Kent, director of marketing and communications at Washington, DC-based architecture and design firm Marshall Moya Design. “Having notes on the walls allows employees to stand up and interact with their work environment and transfer tasks and notes to their walls, then wipe them clean at the end of the day.” In Action: Marshall Moya incorporated plenty of white space in the offices of inNuevo, a product design firm in Washington, DC. Workers use dry-erase board wall spaces to plan, brainstorm, and organize projects, Kent says. inNuevo’s quiet room offers employees a calming space with natural light and tranquil, blue walls to complete quiet work or make calls while relaxing on the couch. A clear, uncluttered white desk allows employees to spread out in their workspace with tasks when needed, but having filing cabinets and storage helps them organize and eliminate clutter. What You Can Do: Focus on de-cluttering your workspace to boost productivity. Use filing cabinets, drawers, and other storage solutions to stay organized. Consider incorporating whiteboards on the walls to get you and your co-workers out of your seats and interacting with your environment and your ideas.

5. Open Up

Atlassian’s office is one big open space—meaning employees always have the chance to connect.

The Concept: Growing numbers of employers are eliminating private offices and high-walled cubicles in favor of open offices that encourage collaboration. “Today’s workforce is more team-based, collaborative, and dependent on more social skills and technology,” says Nick Ybarra, architect at Shlemmer Algaze Associates in Culver City, CA. “Workers are no longer dependent on a stationary desk location but are more mobile. Office hierarchy has also changed as CEOs are embracing the open workspace for themselves.” Ybarra says space is utilized wisely when creating the right context for concentration, learning, communication, and collaboration becomes the basis of productivity. “It simply means designing for flexibility to enable space to change as work groups, activities, and projects evolve,” he says. In Action: Front Porch, a California nonprofit senior living and affordable housing provider, recently moved to an open-office environment with the help of Shlemmer Algaze. Gone are the doors that once kept executives isolated in private offices, and gone are the high cubicle walls that discouraged conversation and collaboration among workers. The organization’s goal is to meet and anticipate emerging needs, and “the open, imaginative, and collaborative workspace will help us achieve the kind of disruptive innovation needed in our field of human serving,” says Mike Martinez, director of communication for Front Porch. “An open-office environment is part of that commitment, as it provides more ‘we’ space and more opportunities for collaboration.” What You Can Do: Martinez recommends getting out of your own space as much as possible and engaging with co-workers and partners. “The results could be amazing,” he says. 5 Things Anyone Can Learn from the Coolest Offices in the World | The Muse.

Don’t Miss Your Chance At Big Savings!

Office Furniture Outlet of Virginia has been providing affordable new and used office furniture to businesses for over 20 years. Office Furniture Outlet has the largest inventory of used office furniture for sale in Hampton Roads.

We buy and sell new and quality-used office furniture, including case goods, file cabinets, desks, workstations, chairs, credenzas and much more. Our business takes pride in helping you select the right furniture for your office, whether it is new, refurbished, remanufactured or as-is.

We Have a Huge Showroom Open to the Public With the Largest Selection of Used Office Furniture Inventory in Hampton Roads. Our inventory changes daily, a visit to our showroom is highly recommended – Stop By Today!

Below is this week’s inventory of liquidated office furniture:

mahogany desk for sale

National 36″ x 72″ L-Shaped Desk with 52″ Left Hand Return – Refinished in Mahogany

Desk Priced at: $1,099.99

Used Herman Miller office furniture

Herman Miller 10′ x 42″ Conference Table with Eames Legs Base & 2 Piece Top

Table Priced at: $450.00

Wood office furniture for sale

42″ Round Real Wood Conference Table For Sale

Table Priced at: $299.99

used conference chairs for sale

Vitro Black Leather Conference Chairs For Sale  (Sold as a set of 6)

Each Priced at: $149.99

used office desk for sale

DMI Traditional 36″ x 72″ Double Pedestal Desk For Sale with Matching Storage Credenza – Mahogany HPL

Set Priced at: $699.99

used office chairs for sale

HON Reception Sofa with Navy Blue Vinyl

Sofa Priced at: $299.99

used training tables for sale

24″ x 55″ Training Tables For Sale (20 Available)

Each Priced at: $50.00

See something you like? Visit Our Showroom!

Office Furniture Outlet
1124-B Kingwood Avenue
Norfolk, VA 23502
Showroom Hours
Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
or by Appointment


Office Furniture Outlet has New Items Arriving Daily.  If you don’t see what you are looking for, please give us a call and we would be happy to help you find what you need.

(757) 855-2800


Join Our Mailing List!

We try to offer our mailing list subscribers the first look at Office Furniture Outlet’s new arrivals. You can join today and if you wish to unsubscribe from our newsletters at anytime you may by sending us an e-mail or clicking on the “unsubscribe ” link at the bottom of any E-Newsletter we’ve sent you. If you want to be the first to know about incoming inventory join our e-newsletter and be the first to see all of our new liquidations!

Embrace The Chaos: How To Reduce Stress In 5 Easy Steps | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

Stress is one of the biggest causes of health problems in many people’s lives: it can cause heart disease, depression, anxiety attacks, sleep problems, auto-immune diseases, weight problems and more.

But we’re busy–how do we drop the stress levels down while still getting our jobs done, taking care of ourselves and our families?

The busy person might have no time for weeklong meditation retreats, mini-vacations, or weekly counseling sessions. So what can be done?

I’m going to be brief about this: there are five small things you can do. A few shifts in mindset, a couple actions that take only a couple minutes. These won’t solve the most severe stress problems, but they’ll help most of us.

1. BE COMPLETELY IN ONE TASK.

Instead of being in the stressful task-switching mode, take your next task, let everything else go, and just be in the moment with this one task. Let yourself be immersed in this one task, letting go of the feeling that you need to quickly rush through it, that you need to get on to the next task. There will always be a next task–the nature of task lists is that they’re neverending. So let those other tasks come later. Just be in this one task, like it’s your entire universe.

2. SEE YOUR IDEALS AND LET GO OF CONTROL.

Fear is causing you to be stressed, not external factors like your job or family problems. Those external things are just a part of life, but they become stressful when you fear failure, fear people won’t like you, fear you’re not good enough, fear abandonment, and so on. This fear is based on some ideal (and you fear not getting that ideal): you have an image that you’re going to succeed, be perfect, have people like you, be comfortable all the time. These ideals are a way to be in control of the world that you don’t actually control, but they’re hurting you by causing fear and stress. Instead, let go of control. Be OK with chaos and uncertainty, and trust that things will work out. You’ll fear less and be less stressed.

3. ACCEPT PEOPLE AND SMILE.

We get upset at other people because they don’t meet our ideals of how they should act. Instead, try accepting them for who they are, and recognizing that, like you, they’re imperfect and seeking happiness and struggling with finding happiness. They’re doing their best. Accept them, smile, and enjoy your time with this person.

4. TAKE A BRIEF WALK.

When things are getting stressful, take two to three minutes to take a walk and clear your mind. A short walk does wonders.

5. DO SHORT MINDFULNESS PRACTICES.

You don’t have to meditate for 30 minutes to get the benefits of mindfulness. You can do a quick body scan (see how your body is feeling right now) in 10 seconds. You can pay attention to your breath for 30 seconds. You can watch your thoughts, fears, ideals for a minute. You can walk mindfully, paying attention to your body, your feet, your breath, your surroundings, as you walk. You can do each of these kinds of mindfulness practices in little bits throughout your day.

And beyond: If you have extra time after doing those things, I have a few other recommendations that will help. Eliminate unnecessary tasks on your to-do list, reduce your commitments by saying no to people, start a regular 5-minute meditation practice, eat healthierexercise regularly, spend some quality time with loved ones, get more sleep, drink tea.

I should note that many people cope with stress in unhealthy ways: alcohol, smoking, drugs, unhealthy eating, lashing out at people, watching TV, procrastinating. Ironically these cause more stress. Instead, learn to cope without these crutches.

Embrace The Chaos: How To Reduce Stress In 5 Easy Steps | Fast Company | Business + Innovation.

This Week’s Latest – Don’t Miss Out!

Office Furniture Outlet of Virginia has been providing affordable new and used office furniture to businesses for over 20 years. Office Furniture Outlet has the largest inventory of used office furniture for sale in Hampton Roads.

We buy and sell new and quality-used office furniture, including case goods, file cabinets, desks, workstations, chairs, credenzas and much more. Our business takes pride in helping you select the right furniture for your office, whether it is new, refurbished, remanufactured or as-is.

We Have a Huge Showroom Open to the Public With the Largest Selection of Used Office Furniture Inventory in Hampton Roads. Our inventory changes daily, a visit to our showroom is highly recommended – Stop By Today!

Below is this week’s inventory of liquidated office furniture:

mahogany desk and credenza set for sale

Kimball L-Shaped 36″ x 72″ Desk For Sale – Refinished in Mahogany

Priced at: $1,499.99

used office cubicles for sale

Steelcase 9000 Series Enhanced Workstations (120 Available)

6 x 6 Station: $750.00
6 x 8 Station: $800.00
8 x 8 Station: $850.00
(Pricing based on avg. sizes; base feeds and install additional)

used file cabinets for sale

Steelcase 30″ Wide 5 Drawer Lateral File Cabinet For Sale

Priced at: $199.99

Used office desk for sale in norfolk va

Tuohy Atheneum 37″ x 78″ U-Shaped Desk With Bridge And A 9′ Credenza & Overhead Hutch

Refinished in Mahogany

Priced at: $2,699.99

cherry-desk-credenza

Unifor 30″ x 66″ Double Pedestal Desk with a Matching Credenza – Refinished in Amber Cherry

Priced at: $999.99

green-print-chairs

Indiana Guest Arm Chairs with Sage Print Fabric & Mahogany Frame (Sold as a pair)

Priced at: $149.99

mahogany-table

End Coffee Table with Shelf – 28″ x 28″ – Refinished in Mahogany

Priced at: $299.99

See something you like? Visit Our Showroom!

Office Furniture Outlet
1124-B Kingwood Avenue
Norfolk, VA 23502
Showroom Hours
Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
or by Appointment


Office Furniture Outlet has New Items Arriving Daily.  If you don’t see what you are looking for, please give us a call and we would be happy to help you find what you need.

(757) 855-2800


Join Our Mailing List!

We try to offer our mailing list subscribers the first look at Office Furniture Outlet’s new arrivals. You can join today and if you wish to unsubscribe from our newsletters at anytime you may by sending us an e-mail or clicking on the “unsubscribe ” link at the bottom of any E-Newsletter we’ve sent you. If you want to be the first to know about incoming inventory join our e-newsletter and be the first to see all of our new liquidations!