You can shop our huge online catalog, then call to speak to a sales representative over the phone and make your purchase. Or you can come into one of our two locations and try it before you buy it! (All Used Furniture must be selected in person)
Yes, our online catalog features products we keep in-stock that are available for Next Day Delivery or Same Day Pick-up. However, we represent over 50 manufacturers and can custom order anything you need! Shipping times can vary.
No, we would love to see you anytime we are open. Our hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00am -5:30pm. Sorry, no weekends 🙂
Yes, it is on site and we have a ton of it!
If it is in-stock, you can take it with you that very day (bring a truck!) or you can have it delivered as soon as the next business day if you are local. Other locations can be delivered to within a week or sooner depending on availability.
Yes, at McAleer’s, all furniture is assembled at no additional charge.
Unfortunately, we do not have that service available at this time, but feel free to come and see us!
Yes. Although we don’t buy single pieces (or small office sets), we will bid on medium to large quantities of office furniture including desks, chairs, conference tables, lobby furniture and more. Please see our Buy Used Furniture Page for more information.
All major credit cards, cash or check. (Orders over $5,000 may incur a credit card transaction fee)
Yes, we offer a commercial charge account with Net 30 terms to businesses that have been in operation for at least 3 years, pending an approved credit application.
Real wood refers to furniture whose exterior surfaces are constructed of solid wood planks, with veneers used on the backs, shelves and drawer interiors. Solid wood takes a finish nicely; it wears well, can be refinished, and will last for generations. McAleer’s carries real wood furniture as well as veneer and laminate.
WHAT IS VENEER?
Furniture made with thin sheets of wood glued to a substrate, that produces a high quality smooth surface. Veneer can be made of cherry, mahogany, walnut, oak, etc. and stained in various shades and colors. This material resists warping and blemishing. It looks as elegant as solid wood but is more durable and less expensive.
WHAT IS LAMINATE?
Furniture made with printed sheets of wood that are adhered to core material It is ideal for high-traffic areas, requires little to no maintenance. The materials are highly durable and have a scratch resistant surface. FYI, Not all laminates are created equally. What we have at McAleer’s is high quality and designed to last, unlike others found online and in big box stores.
McAleer’s Furniture Dictionary
Vertical files allow you to file front to back and are available in both letter and legal widths. Different grades of files exist for commercial use or occasional (light use), some have ball bearing suspensions and others have nylon rollers. They typically extend out into the room by 25”-28.5”.
Lateral files are wider, typically 30-42”, and not as deep as a vertical file so they do not extend out into the room as far. They are used to file side to side instead of front to back and most accommodate both legal and letter size filing.
A separate vertical storage piece designed typically to sit on top of a credenza, desk or return, providing additional display or storage space.
A storage unit normally 20-24” deep, typically used behind a desk for an additional work surface or storage. Varieties include knee space, computer, storage, or lateral file credenzas, etc. Most credenzas are designed to be placed against a wall and aren’t finished on the back.
A “L” desk unit consists of a front desk section, with a connecting return piece attached to the left or right side of the desk, creating the “L” shape.
A desk and credenza unit connected on one side by a “bridge”, forming a “U” shaped layout. Can be either a right or left handed “U” group, depending on where the bridge is placed.
The side work surface that connects from the right hand side of the primary work surface creating an L-shaped desk.
The side worksurface that connects from the left hand side of the primary work surface creating an L-shaped desk.
Also referred to as a “ped,” is a filing unit, typically about 15” wide and located under a work surface top. It can an be fixed or mobile and can have different storage configurations.
Double Pedestal Desk
A freestanding desk with drawers or filing units on either side. Usually available in standard widths such as 60”, 66” or 72”.