Furniture Fitting In Your Home
When it comes to having new, built-in-furniture in your home, you usually have two options. To pay for the company to fit the product, which is usually extortionate and delayed due to demand, or you can fit it yourself. While fitting it yourself might seem like a great idea, not all furniture is like IKEA, meaning it doesn’t always come with step by step instructions.
Here When You Need Us
Here at Ian’s Property Maintenance, we were well known for many years simply for our kitchen fitting services. This has lent itself well to us offering the ability to install other fitted furniture around your home. So from fitted wardrobes (after all, you want to ensure that sliding mirror door is secure) to simple over bed storage, we can be on hand to offer you a very competitive price for professional installation.
When it comes to fitting built-in furniture, there are a number of things to consider. This includes the structure of the wall (if the product needs to be fixed to it) and simple, hollow, plasterboard walls, will not hold up a number of things.
Here Just In Case
We know that many people will attempt to fit their furniture themselves, and while we love a good DIY attempt, it doesn’t always go to plan. So if you find yourself so far into the build and notice that you have a few extra parts and you can’t figure out where they go, please pause and take a step back.
Ensuring that your new purchase is fitted well and stable should be your top priority, so if you have found excess pieces, or missing pieces, it might be time to call someone in to take it back to basics and ensure that it is secure. We’re always here to help if you need to start again.
Sometimes, we find that customers’ DIY fitting has actually turned out really good, however, the product itself is a little more flimsy than they were expecting. We can also come and help you to reinforce the structure, making it that much safer in the long run.
For more information on fitting built-in furniture in your home, or any of the other services that we offer, including landscape gardening, get in touch with us today. You can also check back to our blogs regularly for more information.