Height Adjustable Desks, Bases & risers for sale
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Height Adjustable Standing Desks for Sale
Adjust Your Computer Desk to the Optimal Height for Better Posture
Office desks and tables with adjustable height give you the choice of sitting or standing while you work. Whether you’re looking for a standing desk for your home office or a workstation for an employee with a wheelchair, Office Furniture Warehouse has exactly what you need.
A height adjustable desk can be used for a variety of purposes and we have options suitable for business offices, home offices and student rooms. Contact us for our up-to-date inventory of:
- Standing desks
- Standing workstations
- Movable tables
- Desk top height extender for current desks
- Ergonomic adjustable height desks
- Sit-stand desks
- Fully adjustable standing desks
- Veritask standing desks
- Used standing desks
- Electric height-adjustable tables
- Wall-mounted adjustable desks
- Standing desk converters
- Desk top risers
Affordable Standing Desks for Kenosha Businesses & Home Offices
Office Furniture Warehouse has clearance pricing on new and pre-owned height-adjustable desks perfect for your workspace. You can discover discount standing desks without resorting to cheap or damaged furniture.
Whether you’re looking for a table base you can raise or lower with the push of a button or a simple standing desk converter, you won’t find lower prices anywhere else.
Low Prices on Adjustable Standing Desks for Illinois Offices
OFW rents, delivers and installs sit-stand desks, adjustable height tables and cubicle standing desk risers throughout Wisconsin and Illinois.
Our incredibly low prices are an even better deal when you drive up from the Chicago area or anywhere in Northern Illinois. You can even just get in touch with us and we'll track down exactly what you need, saving you a trip (we deliver to Illinois).
Modern Standing Computer Desk Helps Back Pain Sufferers
Sitting down for long periods puts much more pressure on your back than standing or working in a variety of positions. When you sit still, the discs cushioning your vertebrae are unevenly compressed, preventing them from absorbing blood and nutrients which happens during expansion.
Sitting at a desk does not encourage good posture. Most often, people who sit at work all day have slumped shoulders, a rounded spine, and have their head and neck pushed forward. This is not only terrible for circulation, it creates high levels of stress and tension in neck and back muscles.
Standing, on the other hand, relieves neck and back pressure and leads to better overall posture. Standing desks (also known as height adjustable desks, or high-low desks) allow you to work sitting or standing so you can change your position as needed.
Relieve your existing back and neck pain, or prevent onset of pain from chronic posture issues with an ergonomic adjustable height desk. You will also need to ensure your desk, computer screen, keyboard, and mouse are in comfortable positions to eliminate all unnecessary physical strain from your work day.
Ergonomic Desk Setup for Your Optimal Desk Height
Most writing desks are about 28–30 inches tall, while computer desks should be lower or have a lower keyboard tray at around 24–28 inches. However, the optimal desk height varies depending on your height. The wrong desk height may lead to back and neck pain and other problems.
A few general rules of thumb to find a good desk height and reduce strain on your body:
- Rest your arms at your sides with your elbows bent at 90 degrees. Your hands should comfortably rest on the desk at this level.
- Raise or lower your computer monitor so the top of the screen is at your eye level.
- When you are seated at your desk, keep your knees at or slightly below the level of your hips and your feet flat on the floor. If your feet don’t reach the floor, try a footstool.
Ergonomic Workstation Evaluation Checklist
Use this simple ergonomic assessment tool to set up your workstation with ergonomic principles, and minimize your risk of developing back pain and other issues. When adjusting the height and position of your desk, keyboard, and computer chair, you should experiment to find the most comfortable arrangement. Your body will need time to get used to the changes, so be patient when creating a safe and comfortable workstation.
Your ergonomic workstation:
- Allows your head and neck to be in alignment with your torso
- Keeps face and body facing forward while working
- Encourages torso to be perpendicular to the floor
- Keeps shoulders relaxed, with upper arms and elbows close to body
- Has top of screen at or below eye level, at a distance you can read without leaning forward
- Has properly functioning equipment and accessories
Remember to vary computer tasks with other work activities, and to take regular small breaks for stretching and recovery when working at a desk. It’s also a good idea to look away from your monitor periodically to give your eyes a chance to rest briefly and rehydrate.