New & Used Office Furniture Store Serving Lufkin, TX
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Our service area encompasses all 33.67 square miles of Lufkin, Texas.
WHAT WE DO.
In short, we are a full-service office furniture store focused on helping Lufkin offices improve in their appearance.
So, “What exactly is a ‘full-service office furniture store?'” We’re glad you asked. ‘Full-service’ means that, instead of just selling new and used office furniture, Office Barn also provides office furniture delivery and on-site assembly, moving / relocation services, and even office space planning. In other words, we specialize in all things office furniture and provide our full range of products and services to every office in Lufkin. We’ve got you covered regardless of your office furniture needs, so consider this your formal invitation to become another in a long line of Office Barn’s satisfied customers.
OFFICE SPACE IS EXPENSIVE.
LET US PUT YOURS TO WORK FOR YOU.
A 3,278 sq. ft. office space in Lufkin, TX, costs about $4,097/mo. Lufkin office space is not exactly cheap. And after you’ve bought it, what do you do with it? How do you create an office space that maximizes efficiency and doesn’t leave you penniless? There might be another answer somewhere out there, but the best one is, “You call us.”
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NEW TO LUFKIN?
Moving to a new city is a trial beyond most that life offers. With this in mind, we’ve decided to try and make your transition a little sweeter.
Below you’ll find links to city data and some of our favorite places in Lufkin. Hopefully this will take the sting off of moving and allow you to appreciate this enjoyable city!
A BRIEF LUFKIN HISTORY
Angelina County’s seat began as a railroad post in a lumber-rich section of Texan wilderness. The Houston, East and West Texas Railway had been strewn through Texas in 1875, seven years before, and the railway decided they needed a post in the untamed woods along the train’s path. Lufkin was established between Houston and Shreveport in 1882.
The town’s first post office was established in 1882, and it was run by William A. Abney. The next year, a telegraph line was erected between Lufkin and Nacogdoches. The town incorporated in 1890.
Lufkin had an economy centered on lumber for a long time. Sawmills were common throughout the area, as were related businesses and paper mills. This, along with the added economical help of the railroad, helped Lufkin grow as a town.
Lumber was dominated in the early years by three families whose business decisions shaped the Lufkin we know today. The Kurths, Hendersons, and Wieners joined together in 1890 and created the Angelina County Lumber Company. This business was the father of many businesses seen around Lufkin today.
Throughout the early 1900s, Lufkin retained its lumber-centric economy. However, by 1990, the city’s economy had diversified to include oil businesses, candy manufacturing, and tourism.
Today, Lufkin is larger than it was at first, but it has largely retained its bucolic Texas culture. Office Barn is proud to serve such an example of our state’s heritage with our services and products. We want Lufkin businesses to grow and prosper, just as their city has since 1882.
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