Bars, hotels, cafes, pubs, nightclubs, golf and sports clubs and even some office reception areas frequently require bespoke banquet seating. There is no doubt this type of furniture needs to be durable, attractive and top of the range in quality and structure.
With these factors in mind, when choosing a supplier it is advisable to find one who has extensive experience and can deliver with seamless efficiency. This should include being able to supply both sprung seats and platform (foam & board). It’s a good idea to check production feasibility for straight benches, to wave seating and circular booths. It is essential that fabric is in a wide range of colours to suit all tastes and décor of your venue. The finished product absolutely must conform to your chosen look and be unique to your location.
The other important factor to remember is that it is no good if the supplier is merely fitting something unique and of reasonable quality if they have no detailed idea about the product they are supplying. This may mean travelling to destinations around the world to keep ahead of latest designs, fabrics and trends. With this in mind, check if worldwide delivery is an option and how efficient is the shipping.
At the bottom line of every company infrastructure lies its customer service. When you have found your supplier, it might be a good idea from the outset to check what their after sales service is like and exactly how dedicated the company is to please its customers.
When you do this you will generally find out a good deal about the way you are likely to be treated throughout the buying and fitting process. Do they seem friendly and courteous or brusque and offhand? Are they willing to offer free advice and does the company have testimonials they can show you? If so it may be worth checking some of them out.
A bona fide quality banquette seating supplier will have pride in what they do. They will be prepared to go the extra mile from outset to finish in order for your particular project to be successful. For example if they do not readily have an item you want, what is their reaction? Will they strive to find it for you, get it manufactured or suggest a close alternative? These thoughts are well worth considering before you engage a pub furniture supplier for your project.