|Storage for Tax Administration Office
THE CLIENT: Davis County Administration
Located in Farmington Utah, Davis County Administration is a local government agency with many different departments. One department in particular is the Davis County Tax Administration. This department is in charge of abatements, delinquent property tax sales, exempt status of properties within Davis County, and the real and personal property tax appeals. Abatements include low income, blind, veterans with a disability, and armed forces exemptions. Exempt status of properties in Davis County include nonprofit organizations such as religious, charitable, and educational organizations.
Record files are necessary for any government agency department, including a tax administration office. The storage of those files, within an appropriate shelving system, is critical. Compatibility is very important. For example, record files wouldn’t belong on low quality shelving that could just be mounted onto a wall. This could create a problem of no stability, especially if it wasn’t intact with a wooden stud.
Instead of having to worry about sensitive tax record files falling and crashing onto the ground, a much better shelving solution could put anybody’s mind to ease. This solution would be a type of shelving that is sold by NationWide Shelving. Boltless shelving is among the most high quality and reliable storage systems in the industry when it comes to storing record file papers.
FAB / ROI
The Feature: Easy and quick to install.
The Advantage: Spend less time on assembling the shelving, and more time on storing away and efficiently organizing boxes of record files.
The Benefit: Productivity is increased, which results in a good "return on investment".
ABOUT THE PRODUCT:
Jaken Record Archive Storage Units utilize the Series 200 shelf capacity and boltless design, which provides for quick and easy assembly. Heavy duty boltless shelving allows access to file boxes from either side of the unit. These archive racks are built to hold even your heaviest archive boxes. They feature a newly designed heavier duty upright post that can be knocked down during disassembly for relocations.