Assembling Ikea Furniture can be tricky for many people, although all the bits are there and sometimes you even get a basic hex key some people find the whole process a nightmare.
Over the years I’ve seen many nightmare cases when people have simply given up assembling Ikea Furniture from bookcases to chairs and even simple shelves.
Here are 3 handy tips to use when assembling Ikea furniture.
- Take time out to understand all the elements contained in the pack and lay them all out on the floor.
- Using the instructions provided follow them carefully step by step and take your time.
- When tightening all screws and fixings make sure you apply only ‘enough’ pressure – do not over tighten nuts or screws they can easily damage the furniture.
If you’re still struggling then it may be a better idea to hire a professional to assemble your Ikea furniture. Handy Home Care offer an Ikea Assembly service covering most pieces of furniture in the Ikea range. The service covers areas throughout the North West including Wigan, Standish, Shevington and Parbold to name but a few. In many instances the work can be completed in one hour so it’s a quick and convenient way of getting all those flat pack pieces sorted.
Assembling Ikea Furniture – cheaper and quicker
Ikea do have approved partners who charge in excess of £25 per item plus 20% of the purchase price. I can provide the same service cheaper and often quicker, I’m based in Wigan so local to most of the North West.
To find out more contact me today, let me know the Ikea item number and I will get right back to you with a quote. For all other varieties of flat pack furniture from other outlets such as Argos, Next, John Lewis, Made.com etc then get in touch I’m sure I can help.