If you’re in a hurry to start enjoying the amazing benefits of being able to stand at work, you’re in luck! Most of our UPLIFT Desks are now shipping the same day or next business day from the time of order. This includes all standard laminates, scratch and dent bamboo, reclaimed wood, treadmill desks, and frames. We even have a rotating stock of solid wood options that are ready to ship the day after you order. With transit times ranging from 2-5 business days depending on your location, you can have your new UPLIFT Desk in about a week or less. And of course, shipping is always free.
And local customers, don’t forget about our in-store pickup special: a 2-leg UPLIFT frame with a scratch and dent laminate top in any size or color, with a standard keypad, for $499. You can upgrade to the advanced memory keypad for $39 too, if you want to be able to program your preferred heights and arrive there with one touch of a button. Come on into our showroom and take your desk with you the same day!
By now, you are no doubt familiar with the dangers of sitting and the many benefits of standing. Now you can harness those benefits quickly and at a reasonable price. Here at The Human Solution, our mission is to make a healthy workspace accessible to as many people as possible, both in terms of money spent and speed of processing and shipping your order. Go ahead, compare us to the other guys. We’re not scared.
And if you’re ready to take it to the next level, consider a treadmill to go along with your UPLIFT Desk. Light walking has been proven to lead to a host of amazing benefits, such as improved concentration and creativity and some major health effects.
It’s truly just a matter of time before height-adjustable desks are the norm in our working world. Get ahead of the game with our quick-ship desks, and lead your office in health and productivity!
Sit and stand in style with affordable products from TheHumanSolution.com.
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