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Decommission & Liquidation

While it is not something most businesses think about, there do come times when you must get rid of unnecessary furniture. If you move into a new office, if your company downsizes or even if total liquidation is necessary, you must do something with your excess office furniture. At Kairos, we can help you with all your office furniture decommission needs. When you have office furniture that is new or gently used, we do not want to see it end up in a landfill. Instead, we will help you sell it, store it, or even donate it to a worthy charity for repurposing. If disposal is necessary, we will use environmentally sound landfills and recycle as much product as possible. 


Furniture Decommission Services include:

  • Disassembling or dismantling the furniture to be decommissioned

  • Completing an inventory of your excess office furnishings

  • Photographing all of all product to be decommissioned

  • Advertising your available product to our nationwide network via an email and Internet 

  • Product evaluation for employee sale or open market sale

  • Furniture & equipment packing and loading for transportation.

  • Warehousing and storing offsite for either the seller or buyer

  • Broom-cleaning of the decommissioned space

  • File storage and shredding

  • Lease close out services

  • Wire removal

  • Building signage removal

  • Patch and paint

  • Trash removal

  • Strategic product redistribution

Save Time and Effort

If you try to handle office furniture decommission on your own, you may find that it is very time-consuming to try to locate buyers for either individual pieces or all of the excess product you have. Kairos has the knowledge, background, and connections necessary to simplify the process and return the highest value of your assets. We have a network of furniture installation companies and dealers across the nation which we actively market your excess product. You maintain the ownership of the products until a buyer is found and the items are sold.

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