Renew Office Furniture St. Louis now has a new website, logo, and company name.

Preowned Knoll recently changed their name to Renew Office Furniture and also launched a new website. The site makes it easier to find new and used furniture, often for offices.

Saint Charles, United States - November 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

St. Louis, Missouri (November 15th, 2019) — Preowned Knoll, the new and used furniture sales specialist, is proud to announce the launch of their new website and business name: Renew Office Furniture. The new name and rebranding effort reflect the business’s expanding reach into other brands of furniture, including Herman Miller and Steelcase. Visitors to the site can see the new logo, which highlights the new name of Renew Office Furniture while still paying homage to the old company name: PreOwned Knoll.

The new Renew Office Furniture website is specifically designed to give customers easy access to the different products and brand names of furniture. It has an aesthetically pleasing and customer friendly layout to help businesses make informed decisions. Shoppers can either sort their searches by new and used options or by brand name. There are even pages that show past projects so consumers can reaffirm their choice to purchase pre-owned furniture. These pieces often include office furniture, such as cubicles, benching stations, private office desks, sit-stand desks, cafeteria furniture, and office chairs. Renew offers free estimates and goes above and beyond by helping to plan and design the layout of office spaces. The Renew team has worked in spaces as small as 10,000 square feet and as large as over one million square feet.

Renew Office Furniture offers products that satisfy customer needs. They can deliver furniture quickly in its current condition, partially refurbish it, or fully remanufacture pieces. They also sell completely new pieces. The business is detail-oriented and always works to provide customer satisfaction by ensuring the correct cleanliness, operation, fit, and finish. The company has more than forty years of cumulative industry experience and deep connections to valuable furniture contacts. These efforts culminate in the right furniture, the right budget, and a project done well from start to finish. Visit the website to see the rave reviews of other CEOs, designers, and facility managers.

Renew Office Furniture

560 North Main Center Suite A

Saint Charles, MO 63301

314-875-0162

Contact Info:
Name: April Schnuck
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Organization: Renew Office Furniture
Address: 560 North Main Center Suite A, Saint Charles, Missouri 63301, United States
Phone: +1-314-875-0162
Website: http://renewofficefurniture.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88934319

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