New & Used Office Furniture Store Serving Sulphur Springs, TX
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All of Sulphur Springs is under the umbrella of Office Barn’s service area.
WHAT WE DO.
So, “What exactly is a ‘full-service office furniture store?'” We’re glad you asked.Selling new and used office furniture is a big part of what we do, but Office Barn also handles office furniture delivery and on-site assembly, moving / relocation services, and even office space planning. To keep it simple, if you’ve got an office furniture problem, we’re the ones to call. It’s our job to help your business as much as possible.
OFFICE SPACE IS EXPENSIVE.
LET US PUT YOURS TO WORK FOR YOU.
Office space is expensive and hard to come by in Sulphur Springs. Once you have your office, you don’t want to waste time and money trying to make it look like your dream office. That’s our job. Don’t worry about organizing and designing your office; just call Office Barn.
NEW TO SULPHUR SPRINGS?
Below you’ll find links to city data and some of our favorite places in Sulphur Springs. Enjoy!
GETTING TO KNOW SULPHUR SPRINGS
Dr. Davis purchased his slab of Hopkins County to build a settlement on, and he started measuring out blocks of land for the settlers that would no doubt come trickling in. The locals already had a name for the place, on account of the rejuvenating natural springs all over the area. He’d have to think about it, but Sulphur Springs sounded like as good a name as any for what he intended to be the center of Hopkins County commerce. Sulphur Springs. It had a nice ring to it.
The county seat was originally in Tarrant, a community to the north of Sulphur Springs. In 1868, the Civil War brought the Rebel Southerners to the settlement, and the officer in charge of the occupying force moved all the county records to Sulphur Springs, so they could maintain a court system even in the chaos of war. The Confederates left after a year, but the people of Sulphur Springs made sure the records stayed. In 1871, it was official—Dr. Davis’ small settlement was now the Hopkins County seat.
By 1900, it wasn’t just the springs bringing money into the city. Sulphur Springs had begun showing its strength in the cotton industry, and in the 1930s there was a huge push for dairy production. The whole dairy thing paid off pretty well; today, Sulphur Springs is the twelfth in Texas milk production, with over 600 Grade A dairies.
16,000 people now call Sulphur Springs home, including you. Office Barn is proud to work with Sulphur Springs offices to promote the growing city for what it is—a huge success.
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