CORT is in the unique position to serve the broad-scale logistic needs of large organizations requiring national business furniture. Our furniture rental services expertly serve single families, government agencies and major corporations alike.
Incorporating furniture rental into your company’s relocation services package can make an impact on the success of an employee deployment. To encourage your top talent that relocation for a special project (or otherwise) is the right choice, provide relocation services that will ease this tough transition for the employee and his or her family.
CORT is well-known as one of the world’s largest and most trusted providers of rental and clearance furniture. We pride ourselves on having a hand in many related industries, offering our high levels of service to every customer. It’s amazing to serve Fortune 500 companies and government agencies, as well as millions of families and individuals since our founding 40 years ago.
Many people recognize us as a trusted furniture rental company, and our clearance furniture business is an extension of that commitment to quality and service. At CORT Clearance Centers, you’ll discover amazing deals on furniture and accessories that were previously rented by folks who needed furniture on a temporary basis.
To accommodate your business operations through any situation, consider office furniturerental as a smart alternative to buying. CORT provides solutions for companies big and small, over the long-term or to meet short-term transitional needs.
Relocation doesn’t have to be extraordinarily stressful when CORT assists with furnished housing for your temporary or long-term destination. Our menu of relocation services extends from home location to area orientation and other settling in services.
Office furniture rental is an oft-overlooked strategy when it comes to keeping operating costs down for one simple reason: Most people assume it’s cheaper to buy, long-term, than it is to rent a comparable amount of furniture. While this is theoretically true, given a long enough time frame and when comparing like amounts of furniture, this overlooks the important and common issue of seasonal differences in need.