All our products are made to order with our German Manufacture partners and are deliveried as flatpack products. Each product comes with a full step by step instructions to fully assemble your products. If the instructions are lost or missing and you need a replacement please get in touch with us and we will send you a pdf version of them, we are here to help!
When it comes to assembly most people will have no problems at all assembling the products but we still recommend reading our assembly tips below. For people who are unable to or would simply prefer to have it done professionally our team of assembly experts can complete this process for you. Contact us for a quote.
1. Prepare Your Working Area
Assemble the furniture in the same room where you plan for it to live. Moving after assembly could not only damage you home or new furniture, but can also be heavy and cause possible bodily harm. Create enough space by clearing out fragile items around the work area; you don’t want to break other things while attempting to build a new item.
2. Unpack the Boxes
Open the package and make sure that all of the parts have been delivered without any damages. Be careful while using sharp objects to open the cardboard boxes. It’s possible to scratch off the laminate or damage the furniture while unpacking. To create a flat surface to ensure the stability of the item on the floor, cut open and use the cardboard from the packaging. This can also help protect your floor from possible injury during furniture assembly.
After unpacking, identify the parts, group similar items together, and lay them out in an orderly manner. Flat packs come with a lot of small parts: nuts, bolts, screws, nails, knobs, washers, cams, cam bolts, caps, and more. Separate them in plastic bins or cups to avoid ruffling through a pile every time you look for an item. This can also help prevent the small pieces from rolling away and disappearing as you shuffle around the floor.
4. Find the Right Tools
Gather the necessary tools before beginning the project, most furniture assembly requires a hammer, a set of flathead and philips-head screwdrivers, measuring tape, sandpaper, and a level. Power tools like electric screwdrivers and drills with interchangeable bits can make your work easier while building complicated items.
5. Follow the Instructions
Flip through the manual pages and strictly adhere to the illustrated instructions as to how to build the furniture. You might want to go through the handbook more than once to get a clear picture of the process. Start building from the base and then move on to the details. If there are many similar items, build them simultaneously to avoid confusion.
6. Be Patient
Assembling furniture can be a mundane task. Some of the steps may not be very intuitive. Patience is required, as is the need to relax and take breaks. If you rush through, you are more likely to make mistakes.
7. Double Check
Follow the instructions closely and recheck from time to time to ensure that you are building it correctly. You don’t want to redo the entire process because you missed a step. Your safety and the safety of your furniture is at stake.
8. Get Help
Sometimes a second pair of hands is necessary, why not ask a friend or family member to give you some help. This will make the process so much quicker and maybe an more enjoyable.