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Rent Vs. Buy Why Businesses Choose to Rent

Conserve liquid capital that can be used for other projects by renting furniture.

Renting is smart business.

As a business, you need to be able to adapt to the ups and downs of the market. Rather than storing and tracking excess furniture – which can be costly over the long haul – renting gives you greater flexibility to expand and contract when you need to. Plus it saves you upfront capital, so you can invest now in what matters most to help grow your business. CORT accommodates you, no matter how your business changes.

Save upfront capital and reduce operational downtime.


Before deciding when to buy and when to rent, ask yourself these three questions:

Do I want to spend my capital on a fixed asset or invest it where I can get a greater ROI? Do I want to incur the long-term cost of ownership, which can be up to three times the original cost of the furniture purchase? What type of work environment do I envision over the next several years and how much flexibility do I need?

How We Can Help:

  • Reliable, fast delivery within 48 hours from experienced professionals.
  • Services beyond furniture rental, including professional installation, relocation services, sound masking and more.
  • Space planning for your office by an experienced team of professionals.
  • National inventory that gives your business access to what you need, where you need it, when you need it.

Temporary projects call for temporary solutions.

Business fluctuates, which is why furniture rental can help solve your temporary needs. Here are a few reasons why customers rent with us: Office Renovation Swing Space Short-term Staffing Lead Time for New Furniture Temporary Workspace New Taskforce Merger and Acquisition Departmental Expansion Special Event and Conference Disaster Relief

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