Authorized distributor for many of the industry's most respected brands
Moving your office?
Whether you need to move one desk across an office, or several workstations across multiple floors across the country, we can handle your move. We work with internal, local, and interstate movers on a per-hour basis at a price point that is unmatched in the DFW Metroplex!
“On a tight budget Nick went out of his way to make sure that me and my boss were completely satisfied! He's a consummate professional and made sure that every detail was attended to I would highly recommend doing business with them.”
Planning a new office or workspace?
Free space planning is our specialty. Whether you are opening a new business, moving to a new location, or it’s time for a new look, we can help you design and plan.
“Nick was fantastic throughout the entire process. We got a great deal, and if there was ever an issue with a product, he immediately replaced it or fixed it without being hassled. This man is the best in the business, and you should DEFINITELY be using him for your cubicle and office furniture needs!!”
Everything you need
From pre-planning and design, to hanging the last piece of art on the wall, Cubicle Gurus provides everything you need for the modern office.
Colors and paint consulting
- Let our team assist you with selecting color combinations that will make your workspace match your brand.
- You can manage phone, email and chat conversations all from a single mailbox.
Installation and delivery
- Fully insured, white glove installation and delivery team.
Project and asset management
- We can sell your used office furniture on your behalf or purchase it from you outright.
Communication liaison with architects
- We work hand in hand with your architects to ensure a successful project.
Office moving specialists
- We provide reliable office relocation services in and around the DFW metroplex.
In the news
Given the nature of today’s work processes, how can the workplace better support human performance? How can the workplace support all of the different activities involved with knowledge work – things like collaboration, creativity, innovation, deep thinking and mentorship?
As you read this article you are most likely seated at your computer in an office chair, leaned at least slightly forward with your head protruding further than your chest and ignoring the fact that your chair has built-in arm rests. Was I close?