Standing Desks for Work From Home Relief

Work from home has me missing one thing: the opportunity to get up from my desk and walk around the office. It’s a great way to stretch my back and legs, and I’d do it a couple times a day at the Solid Signal offices. Now, as a member of the millions-strong home office workforce, I don’t get this opportunity. My house is smaller than the company headquarters, and there are four other people here. What I really need is a Mount-It standing desk.

A Home Office, Finally

I’ve written about these stand-up, sit-down desks before. At that time, the concept of work from home seemed like something only for the “privileged few.” (I’m looking at you, Stuart Sweet.) I saw the need for them then, but I really feel the need for them now. Sitting at my desk all day aggravates the lower back pain I’ve been feeling since I turned 40. Working while standing throughout the day helps ease the pain. That’s what these desks from Mount-It let you do.

Standing Desk: How it Works

A Mount-It standing desk sits atop your table or desk. It holds your desktop computer, monitors, laptop, notebooks, and/or tablet. What you really want to know is how they go up and down, though. That’s all thanks to a gas spring in the center of the system. All you have to do is squeeze two built-in handles to raise and lower the platform to the height you desire. These desks feature interlocking teeth to help keep the desks in place to the height you raised them. They also have non-skid pads for traction, which also protects your desk or tabletop.

The Mount-It Desk You Need

As is the case with everything we carry, the standing desk you need depends on your needs. Here are three Mount-It desks that Solid Signal can quickly ship to your home or office:

1.. If you use a small desktop or laptop, try this compact sit-stand adjustable desk converter. Its desktop area is 32” by 22,” which is more than enough room for a modestly-sized desktop or laptop system. This unit raises up to a maximum height of 17 inches. It also has a 20-pound capacity.

2.. Another option is this workstation desk converter. This model’s 36.5″ x 22″ desktop gives you more room for dual monitors. It also features an extra desk panel for easy, ergonomic access to your keyboard and mouse. This unit’s height adjusts from 6.25” closed to 16.5” raised. This standing desk supports up to 37.5 lbs.

3.. This stand-up sit-down desk with keyboard tray is another option we have for you. It has all the same benefits as the standing desk. This unit’s height adjusts from 6.25” closed to a fully-raised extension of 19.25”. The desk’s top is 35” wide and is designed to hold up to 33 pounds.

Something Else You Need to Work From Home

Mount-It’s standing desks are well known in offices and home offices across the country. Solid Signal carries the company’s other desktop products. These items can be a huge help to anyone with a home office. Take this dual-monitor desk stand, for example. Does working from home means an extra monitor that you didn’t make space for? This stand is an excellent solution with lots of features and benefits including:

  • Free-standing
  • Tilt and rotate screens 90 degrees with articulating arms
  • Universal bracket fits most monitors from 13”-24”
  • 22-lb load capacity
  • Comes with cable-management clips

Like Mount-It’s popular standing desks, you can get this desk stand from Solid Signal.

Solid Signal Has Your Work-From-Home Solutions

We proudly carry a huge variety of Mount-It products. Search our website for the unique work-from-home products you need. If you find what you need, give our customer service reps a call at 888-233-7563. They’ll answer your questions and make sure the Mount-It product you need is available and ready to ship. You can also fill out the form below and send it to us.

About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.