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Stand in Style with an UPLIFT Solid Wood Desk
We have a long list of reasons why our UPLIFT Desks are #1, including the huge array of desktop options available to allow you to personalize your desk. If you'd like something truly beautiful and unique, you can opt for one of our solid wood desks. They're available in a wide range of wood types, including our newest offering, Sipo Mahogany, as well as a number of size options ranging from 36" x 24" to 80" x 30". And if you need a custom size or shape, no problem; just give us a call to go over your needs, and we'll quickly send out a quote. All tops are custom-made to order, handcrafted by our woodworkers right here in Austin, Texas, and most ship out in 2-3 weeks. If you're in a hurry and need your desk sooner, you can opt for one of our next-day ship solid wood desks, and receive your desk in about a week.
These native Texas wood tops are 1.75" thick, unlike the thin woods you may find with some other desk companies. In addition, we'll predrill to your specifications for easy, quick assembly; once you've selected your desk and accessories, such as a keyboard tray or CPU holder, let us know where you'd like them placed on your desk, and we'll predrill the holes for you, so all you have to do is zip in the screws. If you need any assistance with assembly once you receive your desk, you can view our detailed assembly video, or give us a call for assistance. You'll be up and running in no time!
If you're having trouble deciding which wood to choose, you can order our Solid Wood Sample Kit, which contains a 12" x 6.5" sample of each of our wood choices, in the same finish as the desktops. This is a great way to match existing decor, and the best part is, the cost of the kit is 100% refunded when you purchase a solid wood desk. What are you waiting for? Give us a call and get yourself a desk the entire office will covet.
See all the ways you can personalize your desk at TheHumanSolution.com.
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