NxtWall offers big tax savings

Installing NxtWall Demountable Walls offers Big Tax Savings!

How can you save money installing NxtWall demountable walls? Interior demountable walls under Section 179 deduction are classified as furniture and fixtures by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Taking this deduction allows businesses to lower their current-year tax liability rather than capitalizing an asset and depreciating it over time in future tax years.

Supply Chain Disruption 2022 Demountable Wall Lead TImes

Despite global supply chain disruptions – NxtWall continues to have one of the fastest lead times in the demountable wall industry

American manufacturers are experiencing one of the most widespread supply chain disruptions ever recorded and it could take months, if not years, to remedy. The pandemic weakened an already fragile, complex, and interconnected global supply chain that experienced cargo ships stuck at sea, a shortage of truck drivers and lengthy product supply delays. This all occurred at a time when consumers and businesses were ripe with stimulus checks which helped fuel an unexpected increase in consumer demand.

Return on Investment of Demountable Walls vs Drywall Conventional Construction

Return on Investment of Demountable Walls vs Conventional Drywall Construction

What is the real return on investment of demountable walls (ROI) vs conventional drywall construction? In the short-term drywall may appear to be the cheaper alternative, but when office space needs change due to staffing fluctuations or other variables, demountable walls deliver a more flexible and sustainable solution with long-term cost benefits. Demountable walls can be reused and reconfigured as demand dictates. As a bonus, NxtWall’s components are not only reusable but also up to 100% recyclable, keeping drywall waste from going into a landfill.

Architectural Demountable Walls 101 - NxtWall Blog

Architectural Demountable Walls 101

A lot has been written about the ease and functionality of using demountable wall systems to adapt to the changing needs of the new office landscape. Demountable walls, as you have come to expect, are flexible and can accommodate any design layout. Demountable walls are also known to offer an unlimited choice of panel material such as laminate, fabric, whiteboard, and vinyl wrapped gypsum. But do you really know what a demountable wall system entails?

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Welcome Back to the New Hybrid Office

Companies across America are grappling with how to adjust to the new hybrid work environment as some workers continue to work from home while others prefer to return to the office to partake in the social and collaborative aspect of working in-person. Companies are divided between two worlds. In response to this dilemma, many employers are reconfiguring their open spaces with partitions and constructing private offices to provide safety and social distancing for returning workers…

The NxtWall Single Trade Installation Advantage

The NxtWall Single Trade Advantage

Shortages of skilled labor has hit an all-time high in the post-pandemic construction industry. Conventional construction companies are scrambling to find qualified drywallers, electricians, and carpenters to get the job. As a result of the shortage of skilled workers there are long delays and extended completion dates. Only a single trade is needed to install NxtWall from start-to-finish, as opposed to the extended schedules that come with standard construction methods. Many unhappy customers are rethinking standard drywall construction methods and making the jump to NxtWall demountable walls to get the job done fast…

Hub and Spoke Offices

Hub and Spoke Office – The Next Design Trend

Office configuration of the future will need to be functional in design to accommodate the changing work patterns. In the Satellite office, employees will need collaborative space as well as Zoom conferencing rooms and private offices. While corporate headquarters or Hubs, will be able to remove the inefficient open-seating designs and provide employees with private office space — something that has been needed for years…

Nothing Beats a Private Office

Nothing Beats a NxtWall Private Office

For many years we have seen large Fortune 500 companies do away with cubicles and move toward the open seating concept, in the hopes it would lead to increased collaboration, better co-operation and more productive creative exchange among employees. In theory it was a good idea, but in practice things did not work out so well. A study conducted by Ethan Bernstein and Stephen Turban, in 2018 found that: “workers who moved from a traditional office setting to an open plan became less productive”…