How to Choose the Right Pedicure Chair







How to Choose the Right Pedicure Chair

If you own or run a salon, a pedicure chair is one of the most important equipment you might have. That’s because pedicures are one of the most popular treatments out there. Naturally, you need to choose the right pedicure chair for your business. You want to provide your clients with the best comfort and treatment possible and for this, you need the right equipment.

There are several good and bad chairs and equipment; so how can be certain that you make the right choice? Here are some tips from us at Pedi Source.

Conduct Research

Manufacturers of spa pedicure chairs are virtually unknown to people outside the industry; even within the industry, people have vague, incomplete knowledge. Stylists usually tend to focus on their own skills rather than the aid a chair would provide. So when a stylist sees a functional chair that’s 10 or more years old that seems to get the job done, they don’t really explore the market.

One of the reasons behind it is that until recently, pedicure chairs weren’t easy to find. However, with the advent of the internet there’s loads of information available to everyone.

Ask Around

Your fellow spa owners and people in the industry might be your best resource regarding good quality pedicure chairs. You can ask around for their opinions and experiences with different models and companies. This would allow you to get information on the customer service of the company, the usability, and the durability. This information can only be garnered through personal experience with the product.

Materials and Function

It’s better to invest in full-service spa pedicure chairs than something that offers only limited functionality. Yes, the initial investment might be a little higher than expected, but the daily effort and time you put in would be greatly reduced. Manufactures like Lenox, Living Earth Crafts, Oakworks, etc, offer chairs that can make your professional life much easier.

You might also want to purchase a chair made from durable, high quality materials. Not only would they function well, but they’ll also add an upscale environment to your spa. Good materials would also feel sturdy and comfortable for your customers to sit on and relax in.

If you have any questions about pedicure chairs and equipment, you’re free to contact us at Pedi Source. Just give us a call at 1855 429 PEDI. You can also email one of these two email address with your questions and contact details: info@Pedisource.com and James@Pedisource.com.

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