Event Furniture hire

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Event Furniture Hire

Whatever your event or requirements, you have the option of hiring virtually any style of furniture or themed prop imaginable. The only thing that will limit your decision is your budget so make sure you have an idea of how much you are looking to spend. Our high quality suppliers mean that you will not compromise on quality or style.

Most event furniture hire companies are able to supply to both business and private sectors – whether you need chairs for a wedding, a boardroom table for a meeting, or a sofa and cabinet for your home.

Event Furniture Hire – stacked chairs

High quality rented furniture can enhance your event or your home. Some examples of how rented furniture can be used include: weddings, corporate events, product launches, office refurbishments, shows, conferences, temporary office space, birthday parties, exams, rented accommodation, show homes and exhibitions.

If you are hiring a marquee, many companies will provide a basic range of furniture. However, a dedicated furniture hire company may carry a much larger and more comprehensive selection of furniture and accessories.

Possible items

The range of items available is becoming ever more varied, from the traditional wooden gilt banquet chair to contemporary modern sofas and boardroom tables. Many event furniture hire companies will also carry a good selection of accessories, including table linen, napkins, staging and catering equipment.

A very small example of the type of furniture that is available includes – tables, chairs, bar stools, boardroom furniture, cabinets, sofas, armchairs, bookcases, garden furniture, desks, dance floors, kitchen appliances…the list is endless

Why rent instead of buying?

Hiring furniture is often the best option in terms of budget and convenience – both for companies and private individuals. If you are moving house or planning a one-off event, renting can be far more economical than buying – and the furniture is often available much earlier than if you purchase it.

It doesn’t necessarily need to be short term though – much of the furniture available for rental can also be hired on a long-term or on-going basis.

Questions to ask

Most event furniture hire companies can plan, deliver, install and remove the furniture you require. The first thing is to establish what sort of furniture you need and how soon you need it. Your supplier should listen to your requirements and then advise you which option is going to be best for your situation.

You should also discuss the timescales for delivery and pick up as well as the terms and conditions of the contract which you will be entering into.

Another question to ask is about the terms of payment – i.e. what deposit is required, how much you will have to pay up front and when the balance will be due etc.