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9to5 Seating is committed to sustainable and environmentally responsible business practices. This global perspective informs every aspect of its corporate culture, from warehousing to manufacturing to its office facilities to its community.

Aiming to boldly change how furniture designers and manufacturers operate, 9to5 Seating has prioritized environmental responsibility. The company has earned LEVEL 2 certification on all its products, with HÅG Capisco and HÅG Capisco Puls receiving an almost unprecedented LEVEL 3 certification—the highest ranking. 

 

FIVE THINGS TO CONSIDER WHEN SPECIFYING A CHAIR

 

  1. Ergonomics – If it’s not ergonomic, what’s the point? The benefits of good posture are widely known, and today’s office chairs are loaded with ergonomic features that help knowledge workers stay healthy, alert, and do their best work. A great chair should offer easy mobility and multi-dimension adjustability (reclining, height, seat depth, armrests, lumbar, circulation). The bottom line here? Make sure it’s also a comfort

2.   Customization & Style – In short, it’s 2022, so don’t settle for “standard” when customization is widely available from the best manufacturers. A great chair supplier will           also be glad to offer options, price comparisons, and lead times based on various customization configurations. 

3.   Quality – This should be a given, but with all of the cheaper chair options flooding the market, it’s worth asking specific questions about durability. Is the chair you are             considering BIFMA compliant? Does it have a LEVEL certification? 

4.    Sustainability – How will your spec impact the environment? It’s a valid question that is becoming a major factor in the decision-making process of design firms, facility            managers, and end-users. 9to5 Seating recently launched Ellie, an innovative chair made from 95% recyclable materials, Greenguard Gold and BIFMA LEVEL 2 certified. 

5.    Overall Value – Are you getting your money’s worth? One way to evaluate this is based on hard cost. 

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