Get UP with Bear House
Sit down or stand up with the highest quality height adjustable table available on the market, custom made in Cleveland, Ohio. Find your perfect UP Table today!
Find your healthy balance to sitting and standing! When starting off with your first height adjustable table, we suggest trying out the 20-8-2 rule: Sit for 20 minutes, stand up for 8 minutes, and move around for 2 minutes. Moving could mean a quick walk around your office, marching in place, or squats; anything that gets your body in motion. Sit, stand, move. Repeat!
Advanced Memory Keypad
All UP Tables include the Advanced Memory Keypad, storing up to 4 programmable heights. Your UP Table adjusts between 25-50 inches with the push of a button, showing the exact height on the LED display.
Our worksurfaces can be produced in literally any size or shape desired, giving us the flexibility to customize your surface flawlessly. In fact, every order we receive for an UP Table is made to order, so if you aren't finding a product that speaks to you, let us know! We have the largest collection of colors and designs available on the market today to confidently achieve any style, making custom orders a breeze.
We are so confident in the performance of our office furniture which is why all workstations include a Lifetime Limited Warranty!
L-Shaped UP Tables
Custom Orders & Office Design Consulting
If you aren't finding what you're looking for, consider going custom! All of our desks and tables are made to order, which makes it easy for us to fulfill custom items with no additional fees.
Bear House also offers complimentary design consultations!
Did you know?
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, "CDC"
Using a sit-stand desk and increasing time spent standing by 66 minutes a day, reduced upper back and neck pain by 54%, and improved mood.
Tom Rath - Author of the New York Times bestselling book, Eat Move Sleep
Sitting is the most underrated health-threat of modern time.
Lucas J. Carr - Assistant Professor in the Department of Health & Human Physiology at the University of Iowa
Taking regular breaks from sitting has been shown to reduce musculoskeletal discomfort, reduce fatigue and stiffness, and increase blood flow.
People who stand more throughout the day may lower their risk of a heart attack by over 40%.
James A. Levine, M.D., Ph.D.
The muscle activity needed for standing and other movement seems to trigger important processes related to the breakdown of fats and sugars within the body. When you sit, these processes stall.