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Flat-Pack Furniture Assembly Tips NYC

October 26, 2016

 

Assembling a piece of flat-box furniture (especially from IKEA) might be a day-long process, as there’re so many details and screws, that you don’t even know where they’re supposed to go. You even start suspecting that the manufacturer decided to trick you and put spare or unnecessary details into the packaging to make you feel completely stupid and unable to understand how to build the simplest chest of drawers or table. It gets even harder when you’ve just moved into a new house (apartment) or conducted a remodeling and, consequently, purchased quite a lot of furniture. And, once all those boxes were delivered into your house, you immediately regret your decision and look at them in despair.  https://www.nycfurnitureassembly.com

 

Prepare your working area It’s better to assemble furniture in the room you’re planning to place it in. Otherwise, if your piece doesn’t fit the doorway, you’ll have to take it apart and build it once again in the desired room. Work on even, flat surfaces, preferably on wooden, tiled similar floors, as carpeting will make the task even more complicated 

 

Tools If you’ve opted for quite a simple piece of furniture, it should come with some basic tools to tighten the screws. But, power tools (like electric screwdriver) will save your time and effort while building more complicated things. Besides, measuring tape, carpenter’s level, hammer and some sanding paper and some plastic organizers (to sort the screws and other small pieces) will come in handy. Each handyman has them at home, so you won’t have to spend extra money on tools. 

 

 

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