New & Used Office Furniture Store Serving Baton Rouge, LA
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PROMPT DELIVERY. FULL ASSEMBLY. OPTIMAL SPACING.
We are able to serve every square inch of office throughout the entirety of Baton Rouge, LA.
WHAT WE DO.
What does ‘full-service’ entail? A lot more than you’d expect. Office Barn not only sells new and used office furniture, but we also provide office furniture delivery and on-site assembly, moving / relocation services, and even office space planning. In other words, we have you covered regardless of your office furniture needs, so consider this your formal invitation to be amazed by our excellence.
OFFICE SPACE IS EXPENSIVE.
LET US PUT YOURS TO WORK FOR YOU.
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NEW TO BATON ROUGE?
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GETTING TO KNOW BATON ROUGE
Baton Rouge has always been appreciated as a prize location. The area has been under seven different governments—France, England, Spain, Louisiana, the Florida Republic, the Confederate States, and the United States. When Canadians from outer isles were exiled by expanding British forces, the Acadians took refuge in the Louisiana area and became known more commonly as Cajuns. These immigrants brought their own traditions to Louisiana and have influenced the culture of the Baton Rouge area to help it flourish into what it is today.
Baton Rouge was incorporated as an official city in 1817. The city grew and grew, fueled by the transportation methods available—mostly steamboat. By 1849, Baton Rouge had become Louisiana’s capital, and at the start of the Civil War, the city had grown to house 5,500 inhabitants.
The Civil War saw Louisiana’s capital moved from Baton Rouge to Shreveport. In 1862, Union forces occupied the city.
Baton Rouge was reinstated as capital in 1880. By then Baton Rouge had discovered what would become astronomically beneficial—they were perfectly placed to produce petroleum, natural gas, and salt. With the optimum transportation options available to the capital, this could only mean expansion for the future.
The petroleum business was a huge success, and job opportunities brought people flooding into the capital. The industry was furthered by World War II, when Baton Rouge’s resources were required for the war effort.
After World War II, Baton Rouge experienced a huge boom in both industry and urban growth. Buildings have been popping up left and right since the 1960s, and the city continues to expand. Life is good if you live in Baton Rouge, and Office Barn wants to help your city get even better. You and your business are an integral part of the second largest city in Louisiana, and Office Barn is ready to help your office reflect the unique culture of Baton Rouge.
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