We keep our prices as low as we can and in turn we can pass the savings on to you, so we offer all of our products ranges on a "click and collect" service from our own factory owned outlets.Furniture can be difficult to distribute using couriers and from our past experience we have to be realistic to the services we can offer to provide you the service you would expect
Local Delivery to Store - If you are not collecting from our main distribution center you may need to allow 3 - 4 days for your purchases to be delivered to your chosen regional outlet if some of the items are not stock items We want your furniture to always be in the best condition from the start if you are using the click and collect service our friendly staff members would be more than happy to provide you with free packing materials (this is usually recycled packaging but will offer adequate protection)
Local Store Delivery - Our local delivery service is from £30.00 Within a 15 mile radius of our outlets.
Standard Delivery (South West) - Our Regional Delivery service is from £39 We operate this service currently throughout the South West only.
National - If you require a national delivery service we will happily arrange this at cost via courier or pallet line. Wherever possible and on larger deliveries we will use our own long distance vehicles and delivery direct please note that there is an additonal charge for this service, please contact us for details.
Although we cannot deliver directly to the Channel Islands, you can still order your items with us and use a service such as Interparcel ( http://www.interparcel.co.uk ) to arrange onward delivery. We are more than happy to work with these services, just email us with the details.
To ensure a smooth and problem free delivery for your new furniture, please take a few minutes to read our simple tips!
If the delivery quote is acceptable to you and you wish to continue, you then make the purchase as click and collect, we will then telephone you for a separate delivery payment for the chosen service