By James Hopson. Home Design. Published at Saturday, January 12th, 2019 - 17:42:15 PM.
White Glove Delivery. This one has always brought a smile to my face as I remember years ago a customer telling me she was rather disappointed. I asked why and she told me that the delivery folks werent wearing white gloves when they delivered her furniture. Well... white glove delivery is just an expression used that indicates the furniture is being handled by moving professionals into your home. This is actually a very premium service that not many online retailers offer due to the high costs of the service. The advantage though is that a professional moving company is hired to pickup your furniture and bring it to your home where two professional furniture movers will bring your furniture into the room you need it and help un-box it. If your furniture comes already assembled then you are ready to go as this service usually doesnt include setup or assembly of furniture. The important thing about this service though is it gets the furniture right into the room where you need it. Much like truckline delivery you can setup a day and time window with the shipping company to schedule delivery.
Useful Pictures & Printed Policies: Unlike the furniture stores in your city where you can get the touch and feel of the product, the online stores provide you pictures that are next to real and have a greater advantage when you buy furniture online. The customers can choose the product quickly by viewing the product from different angles. The printed policies are indeed the plus point when you buy furniture online. Since you have the policies of the concerned furniture store, you can easily claim if you feel cheated for a product that you ordered. Handmade furniture is not the only type of American furniture sold under that name. There are fundamentally three types of home furniture offered by American furniture stores: Furniture manufactured out of the USA, and offered for sale by American furniture retailers. These can be high quality pieces, handmade in the UK to exacting standards or cheaply put together in the Far East and of relatively low quality. Not all Far Eastern furniture is of poor quality, and much of the stuff coming out of China is very good, but it is not made in America.
As mentioned, organic hardwood and naturally made furniture would last a lot longer than synthetics because organic materials are aged and strengthened naturally. Most hard woods are very long-lasting and are compacted very strongly, producing very beautiful furniture when processed. Most composites and synthetic materials break down easily and depend on chemicals to hold them together. In this aspect, organic furniture wins over non-organic furniture again. Because organic bedroom furniture will last a lifetime with you, you find yourself earning money from not buying any other new solid wood furniture for your bedroom or home for a long time.
Real Wood Shows its Quality. You can tell real wood from its smell, its feel and the glow that only comes from well oiled or waxed hardwood. Leather has its own feel and smell, although its not so much the leather that counts, but its quality. Many types of leather are so thin that you can easily stick your fingers through them - and dont believe anybody that sells you furniture saying that it cannot be damaged. Fine furniture can be damaged - it can be knocked, scraped, stained and scratched just the same as any other furniture. If somebody tells you that this table will resist all knocks and scratches then they are either being economical with the truth (lying) or trying to sell you a synthetic utilitarian piece. Genuine wood is vulnerable. Only thermosetting resins can resist knocks and scratches. The same considerations are true whether you are purchasing furniture from Chicago, Miami or from furniture stores in Atlanta. Atlanta furniture stores are just as likely to sell you cheap lounge furniture as stores in Chicago. How can you tell? How do you know if you are buying a genuine hardwood dining table or one made from particleboard and cheap veneer?
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