Space Planning - iWALL's Guide for Start-Up's and Small Businesses - 02/11/2009
As business start-ups recent months begin to see enough light at the end of the tunnel to be able to take an educated gamble on a new venture after the recent fragility of the economy, iWALL the market leaders in the provision of office partitions are offering start-ups invaluable advice on cutting costs and selecting the right office design to suit them.
The saver savvy option for smaller start-ups in the current climate is to rent a smaller office space, but use it to its full potential by investing in office partitioning or frameless glazing to divide the space into different work areas for various employees.
Chris Sibley, Sales Manager at the firm who offer everything from framed double glazing to frameless glazing, said, "At their best, office partitions should go unnoticed as a neutral element in any office space, and they should separate up the room without making it feel claustrophobic. Here at iWALL we offer a huge range of solid partitions that are both cost effective and efficient where dividing your office space is concerned."
This fully demountable system can be used in conjunction with any of their other glazing and workwall products, and each solid partition can be relocated if the need to have a change around arises. What's more, the solid partitioning from iWALL can achieve up to 52 Rw dB acoustic performance and can also be 30 minute fire rated.
For businesses that are short on space, but require a cost effective partition that achieves a high acoustic rating, the framed double glazed office partitions available from iWALL are the perfect solution. Fully demountable and relocatable, these partitions can incorporate framed glass or solid doors and can come complete with a 30 minute fire rating.
Mr Sibley added, "Businesses should be working to cut costs wherever necessary even though experts claim we are nearly out of the woods financially. If a business can save on purchasing a larger office space it can save them thousands over the course of a year, which is why investing in purpose specific office partitioning is so important.For more information on our office partitioning products please visit our Product pages.
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