Church chairs play an important role in the comfort of your congregation. During any church event, people of all ages attend – from senior citizens to children – meaning that you have to find the right stacking chairs.
These chairs come in a variety of styles, sizes, and colors. You need to choose the fabric type, stacking chair design, and type of arms. You also need to consider how you will use the chairs and store them. Here are several things that you should consider when choosing stacking chairs:
What better way is there for a manufacturer to give you confidence in his products than giving you a guarantee? The chairs need to be guaranteed against defects in workmanship and material for a period of about 5 years.
2- Quality of supplier:
When choosing a supplier for your stacking chairs, you need to make sure that you check their track record in supplying to churches. The supplier also needs to have sufficient experience in doing projects that are similar to yours. It pays to read testimonials written by previous clients, which validate and demonstrate the promises that the supplier is making.
3- Comfort and style:
You cannot be sure that a stacking chair is right for your church until you try it out. To do this, just request a few samples from the manufacturer in different colors and styles. Then choose a small group of people of varying ages to try out the chairs and give you feedback.
When you receive the feedback from each age group, you need to pay attention then make the necessary changes.
After choosing color, style of your church chairs, material, and frame type, the option to buy in bulk can give you an excellent discount on the final cost. Ask other churches whether they want to buy chairs so that you can place one large order. Placing a big order can save you as much as 20 percent on the final invoice.
Depending on the intended use for the chairs, you need to consider all the available options before buying them. For instance, should you buy armless stacking chairs or combine them with their armed counterparts? If you plan to put your chairs in storage for long periods, buy a trolling chair to make transportation a viable option.
6- Frame finishes:
Consider looking at ultra-durable coatings that will protect against frame wear and tear. If you opt for metal frames, make sure you saltwater test them for a number of hours. Thermally fused coatings like chrome plating ones are good and usually stand the test of time.
You can customize your chairs with varying colors and shades to create a welcoming effect for the congregation.
7- Color and pattern:
Choose a color combination that complements your current décor. Remember that your chairs should be durable enough to withstand heavy wear and tear. For this reason, you should choose long lasting and easy to clean chairs.
Polypropylene chairs are a good choice because they are easy to clean, strong, and durable. A light-colored chair will reflect light and create a serene place to worship. On the other hand, if you opt for dark colors such as black, the lighting will be limited but it will require less cleaning. Therefore, you should decide what matter most to you: cleanliness or tranquility.
Making sure that you choose the right chair is quite important. Therefore, you should take the time to select the right material, color, and style. Test the chair thoroughly and investigate its manufacturer carefully before you place an order.
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