Folding tables are commonly used for residential and commercial purposes. They are usually made from wood and durable plastic, and are extremely versatile. Wood folding tables tend to be more expensive and a lot heavier than most plastic tables. The weight of the wood tables make them extremely sturdy and sometimes eliminates the need for a tablecloth depending, on the occasion.
In the home, folding tables may be used indoor or outdoor. They may be unfolded to facilitate a craft session, games night, an outdoor picnic, or additional seating for the children during dinner. When not in use, they can simply be folded and tucked in a closet, or stored in the basement or attic.
Schools commonly use folding tables in the cafeteria and meeting halls. Additional tables are often stored and brought out when needed for large functions.
During large church events, folding tables are sometimes rented. They are perfect for church retreats and banquets, and most importantly, they can easily be transported to and from the renter’s storage facility.
Promoters of large events know how important it is to have a quick and easy set up and break down process. Folding tables allow event organizers to get things up and running in no time. At the end of an event, the tables can be quickly folded and packed neatly in storage.
Likewise, the flexibility and versatility of folding tables and chairs is loved by caterers who use large and small folding tables for everything from prepping, to serving and dining.
How do you store your wood and plastic folding tables?