New & Used Office Furniture Store Serving Nacogdoches, TX
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We serve all of Nacogdoches, TX.
WHAT WE DO.
In short, we are a full-service office furniture store designed to help Nacogdoches businesses improve.
So, “What exactly is a ‘full-service office furniture store?'” We’re glad you asked. Full-service means that we don’t just sell 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 major in in all things office furniture and provide our full range of products and services to every part of Nacogdoches. So, the next time you face an insurmountable office furniture obstacle, don’t sweat it; Office Barn has your back.
OFFICE SPACE IS EXPENSIVE.
LET US PUT YOURS TO WORK FOR YOU.
A 4,069 sq. ft. office space in Nacogdoches, TX, costs about $12/sq. ft./yr. Nacogdoches office space is not exactly cheap. And once you have your office, how do you create an office space that maximizes efficacy and keeps the cost down? There might be another answer out there, but the best one is, “You call us.”
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NEW TO NACOGDOCHES?
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GETTING TO KNOW NACOGDOCHES
Nacogdoches is steeped in history. Known as the oldest town in Texas, Nacogdoches has flown nine flags since its birth as a town. It was founded by Native Americans from the Caddo tribe, who arrived as early as 800 AD.
The Caddo Indians were a peaceful, mainly agricultural people. When the Spanish arrived in 1716, they found a branch of the Caddo known as the Nacogdoche in the wooded hills of what is today Nacogdoches. The Spanish built missions, and the Native Americans were methodically shoved out of their land. But their name remained.
August 2, 1832, saw the first skirmish of the Texas Revolution in Nacogdoches. The Mexican garrison positioned there was forced to flee, and military rule of East Texas was relinquished. The first official battle of the Texas Revolution was fought in Gonzales in 1835, but Nacogdoches had set the scene for the conquest that would end with victory at San Jacinto.
Nacogdoches, like most Southern establishments, suffered in the brutalities of the Civil War and the Reconstruction that followed. However, the town was saved from crippling poverty in 1882, when the Houston East and West Texas Railroad coasted through Nacogdoches. The economy changed from a failing center on agriculture to a booming focus on industrial commerce.
By 1923, the Stephen F. Austin Teacher College had been established in Nacogdoches. It did not receive the status of university until 1969, and by then the student count had reached almost 11,000.
Today, Nacogdoches is a thriving representation of a historic Texas blending with an exciting future. Office Barn is happy to offer our services and products to Nacogdoches businesses. It’s an honor to provide office furniture for the oldest town in Texas.
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