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"Will It Fit?" Guide

 

Sometimes it takes our delivery staff a little maneuvering to get furniture into the room it’s destined for due to small door-frames, tight hallways and more. Use this handy guide to determine if the furniture you would like to purchase in-store can be delivered successfully and set up inside your home.

1. Take Measurements of Your Home

Determine the path the furniture & delivery staff need to take to get your furniture to its final place and make note of doorways, hallways, elevators and stairways. Starting from the point of entry, measure the length, width, height and diagonal of each point.

 

entry door Front Door & Interior Doorways
Be sure to note which way your doors open (in or out) and how far they open. If door opening is wide enough be sure that door opens out of the way.
  Width Height Entryway Depth  Diagonal
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Hallway Hallways
Measure width & ceiling height. Be sure to include archways too. Use the diagonal to determine if furniture can fit around a corner.
  Width Height Length  Diagonal
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Stairs Stairs
Measure width & ceiling height & be sure to note railing height. Use the diagonal to determine if furniture can fit around a turned or curved staircase.
  Width Height Length  Diagonal
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    Are the staircases turned or curved?     Y     N     N/A
Elevator Elevators
Some apartment or condominium buildings have residential elevators. Make sure to take into account that one delivery driver will need to fit inside the elevator with the furniture.
  Width Height Depth  Diagonal
Elevator:



2. Measure your furniture in-store

Once you’ve measured your home, your salesperson will be able to help you measure your desired furniture in-store. Using the same techniques as before, be sure to measure the width, height, depth and diagonal of each piece you are interested in and record your findings here.
sofa
  Width Height Depth  Diagonal
Piece 1:



Piece 2:



Piece 3:



Piece 4:



Piece 5:



 

 

3. Let your sales person know about potential issues when scheduling delivery

When scheduling delivery for your new furniture, let your salesperson know of any potential delivery issues. For example, could a large delivery truck fit down your street or in your driveway? Are parking permits required for your neighborhood? Is your staircase too small to fit a piece of your furniture? The more you let your salesperson know ahead of time, the more smoothly your delivery will go. Even if you have a major issue, don’t worry. We’ve successfully dealt with a variety of delivery issues in the past. We will do everything we can to make sure you can enjoy your furniture in your home for years to come.