Inclusive Delivery Service
Our prices include delivery to most parts of mainland UK subject to the terms below. We don’t cover Scotland or some remote locations but are always happy to try and source a courier who can help, understanding it might cost more.
The delivery we offer is a one person, weekday, daytime service and our couriers will need help unloading at the delivery address. We do also ask for flexibility regarding dates and times as they have fixed routes but will always do their best to work around your availability with notice.
We have worked with our couriers for many years. They are all fully insured, offer a reliable service and take great care of our pieces.
When booking in a delivery we will first ascertain possible dates from our courier and when a convenient date has been agreed and booked in they will then liaise with you directly regarding timings and arrangements on the delivery day. They don’t always know their routes until near the date but will do their best to give you as much notice as possible.
Our couriers only go to some parts of the country every 3 or 4 weeks and so may not be in your areas with great regularity, we can let you know about frequency of routes at the time of booking.
Our midcentury pieces are often heavier than their modern counterparts, (especially the earlier midcentury frames), and we would always recommend having some extra help on hand when taking delivery. We can also advise on the heaviness of any particular frame. We will always ensure our pieces are well wrapped and protected for their journey.
You can find dimensions for all the pieces on their website listings and customers are responsible for making sure frames will be able to fit through doorways and openings at the delivery address. The legs on some of our larger pieces often come off which can assist with access.
Just drop us a line if you have concerns and we can advise and take extra measurements if helpful.
Our frames are sturdy and strong and we want to keep them that way. They should never be shunted as this can put pressure on the frame and should always picked up from underneath rather than under the arms.