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Re: Buying furniture from Pfister (any other suggestions?)

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You have to compare carefully as Pfister may include delivery in that price. If delivery and assembly is included, they call this "Pfister Full Service." As far as I know, this option is not offered at Interio.


Of course you can also pick the items up yourself at Pfister.
Interio does offer delivery and assembly. You can select assembly during the ordering process for each individual piece of furniture and delivery is a flat charge IIRC.
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Interio does offer delivery and assembly. You can select assembly during the ordering process for each individual piece of furniture and delivery is a flat charge IIRC.

It has been a long time since I bought anything at Interio where I needed delivery. But I compared both sites with a simple wardrobe and Interio was more expensive as the basic delivery is chf 120 plus assembly whereas the Pfister price included both delivery and assembly.
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Re: Buying furniture from Pfister (any other suggestions?)

Just want to say thanks here - I bought a bed from Pfister with 'full service'. It was CHF 1800 including bedframe and slatted bed base. Happy Happy =)
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