Time to replace the feet in your classroom chairs?

Sinclair & Rush have been working with the education sector for a number of years. We understand that schools need quality components to help students stay safe and engaged in their learning environment.

Due to constant use, some schools may be finding that some classroom equipment needs adjusting or replacing. Being the most used item in a classroom, they can begin to wear - particularly the feet. Sinclair & Rush supply a vast range of replacement feet for school chairs removing the worry of sourcing the product when the need for replacement arises.

Our Plastic Feet are more durable and offer a cost-effective finish to chairs ensuring they do not leave marks on the floor. Plastic Feet are a great option if preserving the cleanliness and quality of a floor space is important. These would work fantastically in a space where chair movement is a regular occurrence.

Our Rubber Feet come in many different styles which means they are versatile in how they can be used; remaining adaptable for different learning environments. This style of feet is designed to improve grip and reduce noise, aiding concentration levels within the classroom. 

If you need to upgrade the feet in your chairs, get in touch with us today! The best way to view our range of feet is by visiting our website by CLICKING HERE. Furthermore, schools benefit from Free Delivery on all orders and automatic 30-day credit terms; what are you waiting for?

If you can't find what you're looking for online, give our Sales Team a call on 01634 686504 to discuss your requirements and see if we can find an alternative for you!

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