Everything you need to know about your new furniture - from set up to how it works!
Frequently Asked Questions
Why am I being asked for my credit card information at checkout?
NEVER provide your credit card information when checking out.
Be sure to use discount code: BAEWFH
You will see the prompt to enter the promo code on your cart part or at your final checkout page.
Online shopping guidelines. What am I allowed to purchase?
Pre approved BAE employees are allowed to purchase the following:
1 Mobile Ped
Up to 2 Monitor Arms
How will my furniture be delivered?
Products will ship via UPS or FedEx in 6-10 business days or less to your door step. We will provide tracking information once it becomes available.
I am physically unable to assemble my furniture. Do you offer White Glove Service?
My furniture arrived damaged. Can I return it?
If your furniture arrives damaged, please send a picture of the damage, a picture of the product serial number under the item (example pictured on right) and a brief description of the damage to RFragoso@unionoffice.com
At Union Office Interiors, we care about your well-being. Here are some tips you can incorporate to make your work from home experience a little more comfortable.
Lessen Leg Discomfort
A. Make sure you have at least two finger’s width of space behind your kneecap to your seat with knees at a 90 degree angle to allow for a better sit.
B. Vary between sitting and standing while at your desk to increase blood supply and foster productivity
Reduce Risk Of Lower Back Pain
Reduce lower back discomfort by sitting all the way back into the lumbar of your chair and adjusting the manual lumbar portion of your chair (if available).
Decrease Shoulder Stress
Sitting up straight, shoulders should be relaxed, not “hunched”.
Lower Wrist and Hand Discomfort
With elbows about 90-100 degrees, make sure hands are straight and supported by the table.
Minimize Neck Strain
If using monitor arms, adjust your computer screen so the top is eye level and about an arm’s length away to bring the neck back into alignment with the spine.
Engage muscles by changing postures and reclining.