Outfitting your office with the number of call center cubicles you need isn’t easy, and it’s also expensive. Taking this into mind, call center cubicles are the smallest and simplest cubicles on the market, which means they are going to cost less than larger cubicles that have additional features needed by other members of your staff. Your call center workers simply make or receive phone calls. While they may need to store paperwork, they don’t need more than a filing cabinet, phone headset, and computer.
Expect to pay between $1,000 and $2,000 for one call center cubicle, depending on what you need. If you need a cubicle that’s slightly bigger, you’ll pay more. Other factors that affect the price of one cubicle include the features included, how many you’re buying – think bulk discount – and how these cubicles are configured.
Figure out how many you need and request a bulk discount based on that number. You know what kinds of duties your call center employees have to complete in their work day, so make sure each cubicle has the features required for them to do so. Finally, think about configuration. Straight rows are much easier to configure than if you group cubicles into pods.
Factors to Think About
Size: These cubicles come in different sizes, with the most popular being 4×2 feet. Depending on your business needs and even the size of your office, you can go larger or smaller. As you look at other sizes, you’ll compare the 4×2 foot cubicle to a 4×4 and a 4×6 foot cubicle.
Wall height: This affects the sound an individual call center employee hears and has to deal with. The higher the walls between cubicles, the less sound they have to worry about. Heights of these walls vary from 47 to 67 inches.
Groupings: Some office furniture stores sell in groups of two to eight. Obviously, the more you buy, the less you’ll pay per cubicle. Configuration also affects this factor. Straight-row setups are the least expensive because of the shared walls.
Finally, your managers and supervisors may need larger cubicles. You may also choose to raise them slightly so your managers have a better view of their employees. Our furniture experts at Cubicle World can advise you about this detail.
Delivery and Installation
The price range mentioned at the start of this article doesn’t include delivery and installation. The store with which you choose to do business may add this charge on top of the cost of each cubicle. Ask every salesperson at every store about this detail.
Don’t Go Cheap
It’s hard to think about laying out so much money – probably even a little frightening. As you consider this, you may think about going through the classified ads or a sales site. Yes, you will save a significant chunk of change. You’ll also lose out on the expert advice you’ll get from us. You’ll be left on your own to figure out what you should do, how you should configure your cubicles – and you’ll even lose out on professional installation. Or you’ll have to pay extra for that. Find the cubicles you need at Cubicle World and benefit from our expert advice.