Delivery Made Simple. A Example of How We Recently Helped a Boston Designer.
Boston designers work for some of the most affluent families in the country. These families rely on their elite private designers to exceed their expectations for designing furnishings and living environments which reflect the families’ personalities as well as their wealth. After months (sometimes even years) of planning, the ultimate test of how the designer has performed is when all the furnishings are delivered and installed into the new home. There can be zero mistakes when it comes to the final delivery.
Delivery Made SimpleWith many years of experience working with elite Boston designers, William C Huff C Huff White Glove Receiving and Delivery has built a reputation for helping designers simplify their deliveries and installations. Here are the key reasons why William C Huff Companies make delivery made simple for their designers.
- On Time – Designers typically are under the gun to have their furnishings installed in a very tight time frame. Often the home construction is behind schedule and the homeowner is snapping at the heels of the designers to get into their new home. The first step of a delivery made simple for designers is to be on-time. William C Huff Companies has made hundreds of deliveries more simple by starting and finishing on-time.
- Prepared – Having all the pieces ready, inspected and organized is key to a delivery made simple. With highly trained warehouse “open and inspect” teams, William C Huff White Glove Receiving and Delivery Companies can alert the designers of flaws and/or damages long before the scheduled delivery dates. This ensures that the items will be perfectly ready for a seamless delivery, made that much more simple.
- Image – Designers really care about the image that is projected to the homeowner when the delivery company shows up to install their custom furnishings. William C Huff Companies takes extra pride in making sure the trucks and staff are immaculate. Image, to Ultra-High Net Worth estate owners, is their perception of reality. Of course, quality service and proper protocols are expected in addition to the image.
Posted by Jim Henderson