Buy A Banquet Table That LastsApril 28, 2016
The banquet table is among the most overlooked parts of an event until there is a problem. A wobbly table can end up the unwitting star of the party.
That’s why it’s important to invest in the best banquet tables you can, and avoid the constant repairs and emergencies that cheaper tables bring.
Look for wood tables that have a ¾-inch thick table top or 2 inches thick if plastic. Make sure wood-topped tables are well sealed with polyurethane to avoid warping when they get wet. Choose a table with strong legs made of steel and coated to avoid rust. Look at the edge of the banquet table and pick one with a metal edge. A metal edge offers more protection than a plastic edge.
At the Chiavari Chair Company, all of the wood banquet tables we sell are built tough. The tables feature ¾-inch table tops with four coats of polyurethane; powder coated 15-gauge steel legs and a C-shaped aluminum edge that wraps around the entire edge of the table. Our wood tables even have two coats of polyurethane on the bottom.
Our plastic tables have 2-inch thick table tops and powder-coated 15-gauge steel legs.
Quality In All We Do
The Chiavari Chair Company offers the best banquet chairs and event furniture on the market. More than 5,000 customers from 43 countries use our products for their events. We are proud to count among them many Fortune 500 companies and multinational corporations. But we also serve event rental companies, hotels, resorts, wineries, universities, Broadway shows and ballets, golf and private clubs. If you need chairs or event supplies, we can help you. Our customers are in 49 out of the 50 states in the United States, on six of the seven continents and in seven of the 13 Canadian Provinces and Territories.
We at Chiavari Chair Company guarantee personal attention to all our clients. We are a family-owned company that works to make your business look its best with the highest quality event furniture on the market. For information about our products, contact us today.Blog Archive