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Question DetailsAsked on 3/5/2017

I need someone to put together some furniture for me in Miami Florida.

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Answered 1 year ago by Member Services

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Handymen would be the normal Search the List category for this.


With the advent of so many store-buoght kit items of furniture, and some with terrible kit design and rotten instructions (Hello, Ikea), there are three other types of companies who have started doing this sort of work in some areas:


1) Movers - regular moving and storage companies, because they commonly disassemble and resassemble larger pieces of furniture in the course of regular house moves, so some have also taken to selling that service for people not making any kind of a move.


2) Furniture Movers (not an Angies List category) - in most medium and larger population areas there is at least one company that does nothing but deliver furniture and appliances for stores, and set it up. Some of them will do assembly work on furniture you have bought, too. If you bought it locally, many times the stores will pay such a company to deliver it and assemble it for you if over a certain $ amount (commonly over about $400-500 purchase amount).


3) Haulers - junk haulers, who normally clear out junk from yards or attics or such and haul it away. Some of them will do furniture disassembly and relocate it in another room in a house, or new furniture assembly.


4) (I know - I said 3) - Not a category as such, but got a couple of slightly tool-handy friends who will come over for an assembly party followed by some pizza and beer or a movie or video game night or such ? A LOT of furniture is relocated or assembled this way.

Answered 1 year ago by LCD




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