Curbside delivery is having your furniture delivered to your home at a lower cost and just to your home. This type of delivery can involve you, the customer, being responsible for either helping unload your furniture off the truck or you personally being responsible for unloading it off the truck. You are also liable for assembling your furniture (if assemble is required; IE: dining table).
When furniture is shipped to a customer for In-House or in home setup, a specialty carrier such as Bekins or Mayflower will be used to deliver the furniture to the customer’s home. Once the furniture arrives at the destination terminal, PackShipUSA (or its representatives) will call the receiving customer to let them know it has arrived and provide the customer with details to contact the carrier to schedule the delivery. The carrier will deliver the furniture in a 45 foot or 48 foot tractor trailer unit. The delivery will be made with two men and the trailer will have a ramp and/or lift gate. The two men will carry the furniture to the room(s) requested and set up the furniture (i.e., assemble tables, beds etc.). After unloading the furniture and before the delivery drivers leave, the customer should inspect the furniture for any damages incurred during delivery. Product damage is rare, though, if damage is found, first the customer should note the damage in the appropriate box on the Delivery Receipt provided by the drivers and then sign. Next, please contact Amish Direct Furniture and we will assist you on filing your claim. Delivery charges will vary depending location and the size of the order.