Bestselling Office Chest File Cabinets in 2020
Liber-T 3-Drawer Filing Cabinet 211203 from Nexera, White and Walnut
- 2 catch-all drawers on metal slides
- 1 legal size filing drawer on heavy duty full extension slides giving full access to files at the back
- Can be paired with Liber-T Reversible Desk Panel #211303to create a desk set
- Designed and made in Canada with CARB II/FSC Certified particle board and MDF materials. Ships in 24-48H from order date. Assembly required.
- White melamine and Walnut laminate finish
Pack of 2 Plastic Office Desktop Stacking Interlocking 2 Drawer Storage Box File Cabinet, 13.8×9.4×3.7inch
MyGift Torched Wood Desktop Document & File Holder Cabinet with 3 Drawer Office Supplies Organizer
- 13-inch office supplies desktop organizer cabinet in torched blonde wood finish.
- This multi purpose cabinet is the perfect organization solution for craft supplies, classrooms, office, or even garage.
- Features a shelf on top and a full size drawer for storing documents and paperwork while the 2 smaller drawers provide organization for paper clips, pens and other small office supplies.
- Also ideal for organizing jewelry, cosmetics and beauty accessories.
- Approximate Dimensions (in inches): Overall - 6.7 H x 13 W x 8.9 D; Top Shelf - 1.96 H x 12.2 W x 8.46 D; Large Drawer - 1.73 Hx 11.4 W x 7.87 D x ; Small Drawers - 1.73 H x 5.12 W x 7.87 D.
Sauder Shoal Creek Storage Chest, Oiled Oak Finish
- Multi-purpose piece functions as storage chest or toy box
- Lid stay hardware provides safety
- Oiled Oak finish.
ioHOMES Roy File Cabinet, Black
- Compact equipment trolley/file cabinet features a fixed top tray, open compartment and spacious file cabinet for storage
- Product is made of medium fiber board construction; laminate dark espresso finish
- 1-Open compartment; 1-spacious file cabinet with office files hanging bars and lock and accessible key ;4 carpet casters for easy mobility
- Assembly required by two adults; To clean, use damp cotton cloth to wipe clean; Made in China
- 30-days hassle-free replacement parts warranty
DEVAISE 3-Drawer Wood Mobile File Cabinet/Letter Size, Walnut
- 25.8" height -Mobile 3-drawer file cabinet fits under most desks
- 2 small drawers above provide the storage space for stationery and small items
- 1 full file drawer accommodating letter-size hanging files keeps your documents organized
- 5 casters: 1 auxiliary caster under file drawer pevents tipping
- Overall dimension: 16.2"W x 15.7"D x 25.8"H,easy assembly with instructions
CHEST OF DRAWERS 3 UNIT WHITE LIGHTWEIGHT FILE CABINET OFFICE KITCHEN STORAGE TEEN BABY STORAGE
- - The casters make it easy to move around. - The drawers hold letter size paper .
SentrySafe Fire Safe, Fire Resistant Chest, 0.25 Cubic Feet, Small, 1160
SureSeal by FireKing SS106 1/2 Hour Fireproof Waterproof Safe Chest, Holds Hanging Files, 0.6 CU FT Storage Capacity
- 30 Minute UL Class 350 Fire rating withstands temperatures up to 1550 degrees F
- 48 hour water protection to keep contents dry, safeguard against bursting water pipes and floods
- Protects CDs/DVDs, flash drives, portable hard drives, birth certificates, passports and other valuable items from fire and water damage
- Internal dimensions: 12.2 W x 8.4 D x 10.1 H Inches - holds letter and A4 size hanging file folders
- Unit will float when water is present making it easy to find in the event of a disaster
- Secure locking chest with dual compression latches and handle for easy transport
- Free lifetime replacement after fire guarantee, 7 year limited warranty against defects
Why You Must Stay Up-to-Date on Your Auto Insurance Coverage
Like many busy Americans, I would get my new policy each year, glance over it and file it away in my filing cabinet. No need to really go over the fine print, (some of which I don't understand) as long as the policy hadn't changed drastically.
My family has had the same insurance agent for 12 years, upon purchasing our new home. He has covered all of our vehicles, home policy and business insurance. I trusted him, enough said. When my son received his learners' permit I called to add him to our policy, called again to verify he received his drivers license and added his vehicle to the policy. I had all the worries of a parent of a young driver, but never gave a thought about worrying about my insurance.
Recently my 16-year-old was involved in his first auto accident, as many young drivers do. He hit a patch of ice and the vehicle rolled on its roof. My son received only minor injuries, but we insisted he be taken to the hospital just in case. Fortunately he was fine and came home that night. But the nightmare with the insurance company began the next day.
I called to report the accident to my insurance company and since it was a Sunday, they informed me to call my agent on Monday morning. Everything seemed to go smooth until I asked for a rental vehicle. My policy was covered for $30/day for 30 days - we needed a truck, which are $40/day rental (agent should have realized we only own trucks and upped the coverage for us). Luckily the rental agent felt bad for our situation and found us a truck for the same cost. We were informed on Wednesday that the truck my son wrecked was deemed a total loss. Guess what - the rental coverage on our policy only covered 5 days from the day they claimed a total loss. We were not able to use the 30-day rental limit (another thing we did not know about in our policy). We were forced to return the rental on the following Monday, but did not receive our insurance check until the following Friday, which in turn took 10 days to clear from the bank. It's kind of hard to purchase a replacement vehicle when you do not have the insurance check to use as a down payment, and it took 21 days to get the loan as "paid" on our credit report.
As for the medical bills from my sons hospital visit - we have $5,000 medical payment on our policy. Figured this was more than enough coverage,and was never offered anything else from my agent. His hospital bill was over $6500, leaving me to pay the remaining $1500.
Our policy came up for renewal recently. My agent raised the coverage to $40/day for rental (finally), at no extra charge, and our insurance nearly doubled due to the accident. Being curious as I am, I began my quest for an insurance quote. I used a highly recognized internet insurance site and found a new company that offered me $7500 medical payment, $40/day rental (she recommended this once she realized we only own trucks), and realized that our current insurance would not cover the cost of replacement for our home, so the new coverage is nearly $60,000 more for our home. All in all, I am receiving better coverage and she is saving me $685 a year!
So when you get your renewal policy, call up your agent and schedule an appointment to go over all of your policies, even if there has not been a change in your home or vehicles. They receive their commission from each customer they keep, so be sure they are working for their pay!