POS Checkout Counter
At our corporate store, we built a counter for the point-of-sale (POS) area where customers are checked in and out. The material cost in 2012 was around $300, as recalled by Robbie Harlow, who worked with Scott Mental, master carpenter, who designed and built it. This counter design has become a staple item at a Click it store. The biggest identifying distinction is the metal facing and the lower section for ease of dropping off and picking up computers.
The POS counter's materials are wood and metal. The facing is made of metal roofing found at our local Home Depot. See https://www.homedepot.com/p/Amerimax-Project-Panel-Corrugated-3-ft-Galvanized-Steel-Roof-Panel-4736011001/304363446.
The exact dimensions will be particular to your own store, depending on the space available and the layout you decide on. See Floor Plan.
Below is the design along with photos. For the complete Sketchup design, click here.
Give this design to your builder so your counter can be custom-built to fit your space.
See also workbench designs for additional ideas.
You can elect to build your counter and workbenches or order them from an assortment of suppliers.
For all build-out items available from Click IT, see https://clickitstores.com/shop.