Dr.Sofa Helping Tips
Study the whole situation before you take on the challenge
Dr.Sofa« always recommends for people planning a move or before purchasing new piece of furniture, to measure the path the furniture must
take to see if it fits.
Take all three dimensions W x L x H of the piece. The best advice we can provide you is not just to check the entrance door, but also the
elevator height, hallway, the room where the furniture needs to go, etc. Bring those measurements to your sales person or move estimator
and ask if they can check for fit.
as someone suggested that you cut the foundation of your furniture?
If you are in a situation where the sofa is a few inches too tall to fit, and all that you need is for the legs to be removed, proceed
with caution. If the legs can screw out, there is no problem.
If they want to cut off the legs, which are a continuation of the frame and structure, you should only allow a professional do this major
Are you dealing with the right company?
If you hire professionals to work on your premises always ask for a CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE (COI) , WORKERĺS COMPENSATION INSURACE,
LIABILITY and TRANSPORT INSURANCE.
Some professions need a license or permit as well (electrician, plumbers...). DO NOT ASSUME RISK FOR UNINSURED PEOPLE WORKING AT YOUR HOME.
How to transport your furniture?
During your move, always make sure that your furniture well wrapped.
This will protect from a lot of potential damages.
How to schlep your antique?
Dr.Sofa« recommends that you never lift or load your antique furniture from the legs.
Wooden legs on antique furniture can be very delicate and can break easily.