By B15m1lah. Chair. At Wednesday, October 17th 2018, 03:56:51 AM.
When selecting an executive office chair, for either ones self or for a top executive in a company, there are several factors one should consider. Aside from cost, some of the less obvious features that one should examine are the size of the back, how adjustable the chair is, the material the chair is made of, and the base.
That question was asked of me recently by a pastor we were working with. He had contacted us regarding the worship seating needs of his church, he was operating with a very tight budget, and he wanted a church chair that featured a high degree of quality. As we conversed, I suggested one chair solution that we have placed in several churches that performs very well, possesses great quality and is easy on the budget. The pastor though, even though he loved the price and was pleased with the specifications of the chair, uttered the words above.
The more practical factors that one should consider include features like lumbar adjustment, height adjustment, and the spring tension at which the chair can recline. Good chairs should also come with a latch that prevents the chair from reclining at all. The top quality chairs will provide adjustable armrests. The armrests should be able to be adjusted in and out from the center of the chair, as well as up and down, and even the length of the armrests should be adjustable.