Small Business Owner, Designer, and Project Manager in Lansing, Michigan
5 Reasons Why You Need A Furniture Assemble Service
Getting new furniture is always fun and entertaining. Every factor comes together to make the experience a very exciting one: The thrill of choosing, the smell of new wood (or fake wood), the broken finger after you smashed it with a hammer… Wait, what? Well, a lot of people like to go for furniture they can assemble themselves. Some do it because they think it will be cheaper, and others because they feel like it will be as fun as watching Property Brothers on a Sunday while drinking a beer. It turns out this is rarely the case! Luckily, there are furniture assemble services that will take care of that for you. Not convinced? Well, here are 5 reasons why you need to hire furniture assemblers.
They know what they are doing
We all like feeling like skilled tradesmen, hammering in some nails and driving in some screws. However, it’s not that fun to take those nails and screws out after you realize you have mixed up all the pieces and damaged your new bookshelf forever. Let’s face it, we probably don’t know what we are doing and if by chance it turns out alright it’s because we were lucky. Professionals know exactly what they are doing, and in case something does go wrong.
It’s their fault if it breaks
It’s quite unlikely that a professional furniture assemble service will be responsible for breaking your new Ikea nightstand, but if it happens, you have someone to hold accountable other than yourself. Some services even offer compensation in case of damage to the furniture. And you know what else won’t get damaged?
You won’t get injured
Have you ever mistaken your thumb for a nail and decided to direct your full strength at it with a hammer? We have, and it’s not fun. In addition to the excruciating pain and not being able to use what’s probably your most important finger, you’ll have to pay for medical expenses and lose your afternoon in the hospital. As you may have guessed, this won’t happen if you’re not the one handling the tools.