Hire a Furniture Assembler for Your Home or Office Furniture
A furniture assembler is someone who puts furniture together from furniture components on site or on an assembly line. The best qualification to become a furniture assembler is experience and it does not really matter if a person has not finished his education. You just need to be able to read directions and have the proper tools to be able to assemble furniture. Decades ago when we buy furniture it was usually made of wood, and is already put together or assembled. Today, the furniture purchased in stores is made of pieces of the furniture which you have to assemble yourself. There are three ways by which a furniture assembler can work and they are as a self-employed assembler, as a worker for a furniture assembly company, or work for a furniture store offering assembly services.
It is a do it yourself furniture assembly package that you will receive if you purchase furniture in stores today. There are stores that do not offer assembly services even if you purchased the furniture from them. If you are able to assemble it yourself, well and good, and if not, then you would do well to hire a furniture assembler.
Here are some ways to find the right furniture assembler.
If you are going to hire paid services, then make sure that you’re a hiring a professional furniture assembler. Choose a furniture assembler who is not new in the business but has been assembling different types of furniture for many years now. Do not hesitate to ask the furniture assembler how long he has been assembling furniture and if you can have his references so you can call them up and inquire about their experiences with the furniture assembler you are working with.
It is good to find a furniture assembler that offers guarantee of their work for a certain period of time.
It is best if the furniture assembler has professional liability insurance. So if there is any damages that happen while assembling the furniture then the insurance can cover for it.
Some furniture assemblers charge a flat fee and some charge an hourly rate; it is good to know how they charge their fees before hiring them. You can save money if you find someone who charges in thirty minute increments after their first hour. You may also inquire about extra services that the furniture assembler offers such as carrying heavy boxes to where the furniture is to be assembled, putting furniture in place, service charge for gas, etc.
You can only use the furniture that you have bought from a store only after you have found the right furniture assembler that can assemble the furniture perfectly.