August 23, 2021 | Furniture Concepts
We Stand by Those Serving the Most Vulnerable
The events of the last few weeks related to COVID-19 are creating pressure on healthcare providers of all sorts. Health & human services, behavioral healthcare, addiction recovery, and shelter providers will undoubtedly experience an increased need for programming as our country deals with the ongoing public health crisis. Our nation’s most vulnerable; including those at risk of hunger, at risk of losing housing and at risk of mental health or behavioral health emergency will be turning to providers already overwhelmed by demand.
As providers of durable furniture solutions for non-acute healthcare providers, Furniture Concepts is absolutely committed to each and every one of our customers and their projects. We have a robust inventory of heavy-duty beds, casegoods, seating, and dining furniture ready to ship. We have expanded our payment terms to 90 days to give providers access to furniture now. Our experienced advisers are available to answer your questions and help determine the best solutions for you and your clients. We are also happy to work with you now for projects you expect to need to fill down the road.
All our Tough Stuff and Tough Stuff ligature-resistant Safe Harbor furniture is made in the USA by skilled craftsman. Our Tough Stuff furniture is produced, housed and shipped from our manufacturing facility in Georgia. Our employees continue to follow the guidance of experts like those at the World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus including frequent hand washing, social distancing, and staying home if sick. Additionally, we are following the direction of the WHO and CDC related to shipping products. Those leaders have advised that the likelihood of catching the COVID-19 virus by touching cardboard or other another shipping material is low. Prevailing best practices include leaving recently received shipments unpacked for 72 hours which is thought to be the maximum amount of time virus can survive on cardboard, plastic, and other packaging materials.
During this time, the health and safety of our workforce also remains a top priority. We are employing remote working strategies including teleconferencing and video conferencing. We look forward to helping you provide needed services in the upcoming days and weeks. We are here to help.
President, Furniture Concepts
We are here to help.
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