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30th September 2013

When buying a product, the choices can sometimes be limited. Some items may have features that you don’t require, others may be missing things you consider essential. However, with ESE's range of bespoke changing room benches, this shouldn’t be a problem for you, with so many varieties available and many of those customized to suit your individual requirements.

Within our range of benches, there is a vast range of different dimensions that finding the size of bench you want will not be difficult. As well as this, we also sell some products where three different heights are available: 350mm for infants, 400mm for juniors and 450mm for adults. So whatever you need a changing room bench for, be it a school, a leisure area, a football changing room or somewhere else, choosing a unit with the correct size is just a matter of looking through our available products until you find the correct one.

If you have a particular colour preference, we sell our benches with six colour options: Silver, Blue, Red, Black, Green and Yellow. In some environments, matching the furniture colour to the company image is important, so with our available colour options this can be easily taken care of.

What other accessories do we do then?
If it is a changing room you are ordering a bench for, have a look at the benches we sell that come integrated with hat/coat hook rails. These enable clothing and bags to be safely hung up without the risk of tripping people up or getting kicked around the floor. Or if it is a football changing room you are buying for, you may be interested in the shoe racks that come as optional extras on some benches in our selling range, enabling the easy, practical and safe storage of shoes, boots or trainers in a professional or sociable environment. Other available accessories include back rests, plastic end caps, welded floor cleats, adjustable feet and extra hook options.

So, the product can be customized to suit the size, colour, fixing and accessory options of anyone who might require one. Why not have a look?