Who We Are
A family business that focuses on hard work, innovation, customer service, and sustainable growth.
Founded in 2002 in the basement of founder Steve Crandall’s house, Crandall Office Furniture has grown into the largest remanufacturer of office chairs in the United States.
We strive every day to run our company based around our core values; customer service, innovation, sustainability, and most importantly loyalty to our employees & customers.
Currently located in Greenville, Michigan, our 34,000 square foot manufacturing facility allows us to save tens of thousands of chairs from the landfill every year.
Over our 20 years in business, we are proud to have organically grown our business with no debt.
From basement workshop to the largest remanufacturer of office chairs in the United States.
We started in our home with only family as employees. Hard work is always the bedrock of any small family start up and COF Inc. is no exception.
It took 3 years to outgrow the house and lease our first commercial building. We rented 3,000 sq. ft. in Grand Rapids that the owner used to wash their trucks in. Not a perfect environment but it got the job done.
Four years later we purchased an 10,000 sq. ft. building in Lowell Michigan. Finally, a building all to our selves that would allow us to grow and mature. Six years later we had chairs stored all over the city and had no choice but to move again.
In August of 2015 we found the perfect building in Greenville Michigan. It meant moving the business and signing a big mortgage for 34,000 sq. ft. this time. We sold the old building and moved everything to Greenville. The first time we had been all under one roof in many years.
With some minor modifications we are still here and feel this building can support a doubling of our business before we must contemplate another move. Twenty years into this venture we have 20 full time employees, 34,000 square feet of manufacturing space and have remanufactured over 74,000 chairs which is the equivalent of keeping 6,382 tons of carbon dioxide out of the environment. Something we can all agree is a good thing.