Quite simply, our goal is to help you create a space that performs.

We’re at your side from the first idea to the final floor tile—and we don’t finish until you are absolutely satisfied with your reimagined workspace. Adirondack was established in 1998 and ranks as Teknion's largest Aboriginal dealership in Canada.

USE AND RE-USE

We help our clients keep costs down by weaving new furniture in with what they already have. And we can connect you with the right partners to help redistribute the used furniture you don’t need to local schools, non-profits, and health facilities.

 

OUR COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABILITY

Using environmentally sensitive products is important to us, and it’s why 95% of what we offer is Canadian-made. Local manufacturing reduces carbon footprint. It ensures unparalleled quality control, shorter lead times, reduced shipping costs, and better service from manufacturers. And ultimately, we help local economies grow and thrive.

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Aboriginal community

We are Aboriginal owned and operated. Adirondack is an active member of the community and participates in the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business and the Canadian Aboriginal Minority Supplier Council. We are also a member of the Public Sector Aboriginal Business Association (PSABA). We have experience with the Aboriginal Procurement Program and can work with you to ensure you achieve your performance objectives and budget requirements.