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This End Up Furniture Company

500 North 7th Street
Sanford, NC 27330
Phone: (800) 605-2130

In the contract furniture industry, This End Up Furniture Company strives to provide its customers with furniture that is stylish yet practical, furniture that is exceptionally durable and sustainable in a variety of settings. Our quality furniture does all of this at an economical price. Since we sell our furniture direct, we provide our customers with:

  • the best pricing,
  • the best customer service, and
  • the best support,
  • all backed by our superior warranty!

This End Up Furniture Company is your one-stop for all your furniture needs!

Using the wrong furniture in any application is expensive, no matter how much you paid. We offer a common sense approach to commercial furniture needs; making it easy for you to make one of the best buying decisions and provide a long-term investment for the future of your organization. You will find our furniture to be classic, versatile and durable.

We use specialized equipment and skilled craftsmen to produce incredibly durable furniture. Many have tried to copy the style of our furniture, but they cannot match the quality of our construction or our dedicated customer service.

We continue to be committed to meeting the needs of our commercial customers, including; universities, resident care programs, health care facilities, and fire departments, among others. When solid, low-maintenance and attractive furniture is a must, This End Up Furniture Co. has the solution. Our multiple product lines provide decorating options that allow our customers to create a long-lasting home-like atmosphere in any housing environment.

Our knowledgeable Commercial Sales Team understands the dynamics of the commercial environment; including space planning, fire codes, budget constraints, deadline requirements, and new construction.

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