Buy Used Office Furniture for Delivery to Washington, DC and Save!

If you are in the market for Washington, DC used office furniture, there is only one place you should look: Arnolds Office Furniture! Why? Because Arnold’s deliver high-quality, name-brand equipment right to your door. More reasons to shop Arnold’s:

Our incredible selection: We stock everything from workstations to white boards in our 100,000 square foot warehouse which means we can be your first and last stop.

Our incredible deals: There is no need to pay full price at the local retailer for new furniture. Save big by taking advantage of our low prices on used furniture.

Our incredible service: At Arnold’s, we are not satisfied unless you are. This means we strive to deliver your furniture to your door right away. Need help with the installation? Take advantage of our White Glove installation service.

Click here to see our inventory of used office furniture!

Why our customers locate their business in DC

The nation’s capital is not just home to politicians and marble statues of our forefathers, there is a steadily growing population of young professionals who live, work and play here. The district’s population increased 5 percent between 2000 and 2009, and a survey by Next Generation Consulting ranked it fourth in top cities for young professionals to live and work. This means by starting a business in Washington, DC, you will be tapping into a thriving network of smart and savvy people who can help you grow.

The District of Columbia Business Resource Center offers an online guide with tips for starting your business. Find resources for planning, creating a financial plan, navigating licensing and taxes, and growing your business. Check out the DC Chamber of Commerce for additional resources.

In addition, there are several organizations that offer entrepreneurship programs including the National Women’s Business Center, DC Small Business Development Center, Southeastern University Center for Entrepreneurship, Marshall Heights CDC and Latino Economic Development Corporation.