Tips for Buying Furniture Online - Guide
Planning to buy furniture online? We prepared some tips for buying furniture on the internet. Grayson Luxury has become a known and respected source for luxuriously crafted home interiors over the past ten years. We recently started selling our furniture online. It’s a perfect occasion to present this quick online shopping guide for you.
1. Does it have a physical location?
Always make sure you’re buying from a registered company. You should find contact information such as a physical address and a phone number. Check if anything looks suspicious, for example About Page has some spelling errors or strange syntax. You can also lookup the company’s address in Google Street View to see if it’s actually there. See reviews online and their social media accounts.
2. Is the website secure?
Before providing your contact information make sure the website you’re on is secure. The URL should begin with https instead of http. That indicates that the site is secure. You might also see a lock icon next to URL - double-click the lock icon to review information about the site’s security measures.
3. Why buy online?
It’s easier and faster. You can save not only time but also money. Online stores usually have more attractive prices than regular establishments. Take advantage of that and order higher quality furniture for not that much more as lower quality furniture available in stores.
4. What are the delivery types?
Don’t forget to check delivery options. It’s always better to choose White Glove Delivery. This service generally includes transporting your order up or down one flight of stairs, unpacking, removal/disposal of packing materials. You don’t have to worry to spend extra time assembling and possibly damaging your new furniture.
5. What if the furniture comes damage?
We always do everything we can to ensure you’ll receive the product in pristine condition, but there are always things that may go wrong. Something may break during transit, or you might change your mind and want to return an item. The industry average for a restocking fee is 35% of the cost of the item. If an item arrives damaged, refuse the delivery and take photos of the packaging. This will prove that the item was damaged during transit, and the shipping company will be responsible for the return costs.
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