Here are 8 key reasons why buying a furniture package for your holiday home is a better solution than purchasing your furnishings individually;
When you buy a furniture package, all of the items will be delivered together at a time that suits you and your family. If you choose to buy items individually, then you may find yourself spending a lot of your holiday waiting around for deliveries to arrive.
Selecting the right package for you is easy. Simply visit your local retailer’s showroom and select which one is right for your requirements. Compare this with having to visit multiple retailers to view individual items combined with the need to research which retailers are the most competitive on price.
Given the numerous benefits of buying all of your furniture together, you would be forgiven for thinking that they would not be the most cost-effective option on the market. This simply isn’t the case. As well as saving you time, furniture packages can also save you money. This is because retailers purchase their items in bulk, allowing them to pass their savings onto the customer.
The beauty of buying a package is that no self-assembly is required. Your retailer should arrange for their delivery team to assemble and position your furniture packages to your exact requirements. This can save hours of frustrated trying to understand assembly instructions or searching for that lost part.
When you buy a furniture package you can rest assured that a considerable amount of time and expertise has been invested into choosing the highest quality furnishings that match each other. The result will be fantastic synergy throughout your furnishings that really bring the best out of your holiday home.
First impressions count. By making your property more attractive to potential buyers, you can increase the amount they are willing to pay for your home. Well coordinated furniture packages are therefore a quick and easy to increasing the value of your holiday home.
Even with the best of intentions, we all make mistakes, and buying furniture is no exception. Your retailer should be able to advise you on the best package for your budget, location and property to avoid any expensive mistakes.
Many landlords pay little attention to the quality of their furnishings in their properties, typically preferring to spend as little as possible. This isn’t necessarily the best option as the lettings market can be very competitive in holiday hotspots, meaning that the landlord that offers that little bit extra may also be the first to let his properties.
This point encompasses all of what we have looked at so far – would you rather spend your holiday researching furnishings, checking prices and arranging deliveries or relaxing by the pool with an ice cold drink? If it’s the latter (and it should be) then you need to invest in a furniture package for your holiday home!