Shipping Information

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All orders will ship with free ground or freight delivery based on their weight. Some exclusions apply.

Freight Delivery 

Orders over 75 lbs. will generally be shipped via Freight. Freight delivery is different than standard UPS, FedEx or US Mail. Our standard freight delivery service is curbside. If threshold /inside delivery is needed please contact our showroom and note that additional charges may apply. Freight handlers are not authorized to perform any assembly services nor can they put it in the space of your choice.

For residential deliveries, you will be contacted by the shipping carrier to schedule a delivery appointment. Most companies offer appointment windows (usually 2-4 hours) between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm EDT, Monday through Friday.

Please refer to "Receiving and Inspecting Merchandise" for more information on how to receive and inspect your delivery.

If you are ordering a very large item, please keep in mind that you may need several people to help move it to the final destination.

Receiving & Inspecting Merchandise

You are responsible for inspecting merchandise at time of delivery while the delivery agent is present. All carton surfaces must be inspected for signs of damage; those sitting directly on the pallet are most prone to forklift damage.

  • If a carton is crushed or has any punctures, tears, indentations, or creases, then you should open it to inspect the contents for damage. Even if you do not find any obvious damage, please write "Damaged Carton" on the receipt when signing.

  • Shipping pallets and shrink wrap should be in good condition and intact. If a pallet is broken, you should open any cartons sitting directly on the pallet and inspect the contents. Shrink wrap that is punctured, torn, or missing is a common indicator of damage. You should also note this on the receipt, even if there is no obvious damage.

  • If a carton containing wicker furniture is crushed or dented, verify that the frame is not bent by placing the item on a level surface (e.g., place a chair on a level surface such as a table top and make sure all legs touch the surface).

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