Furniture Christchurch Company DeHome Removes Middleman Costs

David Shu of DeHome Furniture offers the assurance of customer satisfaction with the quality, as well as lower prices, thanks to removing the costs of a middleman from the price of the furnishings.

Christchurch NZ, New ZeaLand - September 17, 2019 / / —

David Shu and DeHome Furniture Christchurch outlet are pleased to announce that the company can maintain more attractive prices to its customers by removing the middleman from the equation. When customers buy from vendors, affiliates, or third parties, in general, they end up paying more than what it is worth. Since everyone along the way needs to be paid, which include the agents to storage charges, the one who has to pay all this is the customer.

DeHome provides uncompromised quality without the extra price. The company removes the middleman and brings customers the most economical prices possible. At DeHome Furniture Christchurch, it is the top priority to deliver the best furniture, homewares, and bathroom accessories by importing them from around the world and selling them at the most economical price. The inventory includes complete stocks available for customers to pick from, including computer desks, dining chairs, dining tables, lounge suites, coffee tables to office furniture.

For more information please go to https://www.dehome.co.nz

A spokesperson for the company explained, "We are just a passionate team that is dedicated to providing you with a simpler and more affordable way to buy furniture without the fuss of dealing with any middlemen so you can get brand pieces at prices that suit you. Every piece of furniture and home accessories we sell is hand-picked to comply with what we value most at DeHome: timeless and elegant design made with quality craftsmanship. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do, which has led us to have thousands of happy customers around New Zealand.

"Without the need of a middleman," he continued, "we bring you furniture, homeware, and accessories directly from designers, giving you designer furniture at affordable prices. We specialize in providing modern dining tables; coffee tables, dining chairs, computer desks, and chairs; wooden and metal coat stands, kitchen and bathroom mixers; bathroom accessories and anything else you will need to personalize your home."

More details are available at DeHome Furniture Christchurch

Contact Info:
Name: David Shu
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Organization: DeHome Furniture
Address: 26 Mariposa Cres, Halswell, Christchurch 8025 NZ
Phone: 03 338 7266
Website: https://www.dehome.co.nz/

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