Sometimes it feels like the easiest choice to go with is the most affordable option when buying furniture, but not all furniture is created equal. With a lack of durability the cheapest choice doesn’t always hold up. Here are a few things to look for to make sure you purchase long-lasting, quality pieces of furniture:
It is important to test the feel of the couch by sitting on it to first test its comfort. The springs should be hand-tied coil springs that are close together and have even resistance. If the cushions are removable, unzip a seat cover and look inside. You should see a block of foam that’s wrapped with padding and preferably with a protective inner cover. Foam-only cushions are both less durable and less comfortable. The denser the foam the longer it will last.
Dining table and chairs
Check the quality of the dining table by making sure it sits firmly on its feet and does not wobble when you apply pressure. Poor quality tables may just be screwed together or stapled and you want to make sure it has dovetailed or dowelled joints. You also will want to go with solid wood instead of veneer.
Before you buy your chairs check them out to make sure they are structurally sound by moving it around to ensure the legs, arms, and back do not sway or move. If it has a wood seat it should be all one piece, not pieces glued together.
Furniture is a big investment, so be sure you’re making the right decisions!
Life on the water in the spring is vibrant. Flowers are blooming and seasonal business starts to blossom. Finding, outfitting and booking space is a big step for any business. Haldimand is fortunate to have such great investment spaces for new and existing businesses. Local and international business is a part of every day life in Haldimand. Investing today could secure your business access to all four major forms of transportation.
If you’re a business owner looking for riverside or lake front property, Haldimand County is a great place to look. Haldimand is home to four different industrial parks, so finding space for your business is often easily achievable. Looking for manufacturing or clients around Lake Erie can be quite simple for Haldimand entrepreneurs!
Bordered alongside Norfolk County, Haldimand County’s Lake Erie Industrial Park in Nanticoke was developed and is currently owned by U.S. Steel Canada. A 4,500 acre space with heavy industrial lots are available from one to 2000 acres.
Caledonia is home to two industrial areas – Haldimand and Bothwright Industrial Park. Bothwright is minutes from the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport and the 400 and 403 highways. Have your products moving on land, sea and air when you make a move to Bothwright. Rail access is available at the privately-owned Haldimand Industrial Park. This just-over 50 acre lot is also only 30 minutes outside the US border, so you could have your products south of the border before the Caledonia sunset!
Finally, Frank A. Marshall Business Park is a nearly 12 acre investment-ready site in Dunnville. This diverse business area offers distinct cost savings and is worth a look if you’re in the market. Modern build with high visibility gateways give Frank A. Marshall a cleaner look then older or heavy industrial areas.