Shopping at the IKEA in Jacksonville that's scheduled to open this Fall will offer a wide assortment of potential buys for the average homeowner, renter, or business owner. However, for many people out on their own for the first time or who have busy lives, it's the furniture that draws them in and has since the first store opened back in 1943.
With this type of furniture, the simple fact is that IKEA assembly is a basic requirement. That can bring with it a whole different set of issues. Listed below are some important reasons why you might want to think twice before making this a DIY project, and consider hiring a professional.
There's a great deal to consider when buying new furniture. What color? Will you pick it up at the store, or have it delivered to your home or office? Do you want it pre-assembled or packed in a box for in-home assembly? Unsure? Let us explain.
IKEA furniture is amazing. Not only is it affordable, it also requires that you assemble it upon arrival - giving yourself a weekend DIY project. However, the true cost will come out a couple of hours after you have to figure out how assembling IKEA furniture works.