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There are many reasons why you may need to occasionally rent some furniture. Perhaps you want to use items to stage your home to sell fast (especially when there’s lots of competition out there!). Maybe, you have a rental property you are trying to market or perhaps a room to rent out. Whatever the reason, it is important to use the right type of firm for your needs and sign the right contract…

6 Things to consider…

1. Look for a company you can trust

When you rent furniture, the last thing you need is the aggravation to add to your list. You do not want the items you hire to be battered and worn, or worse, not turn up at all. The best way to avoid this sort of issue is to use a well-established company like They have been in the business for decades, which means they are not going to let you down.

2. Use a firm that provides good customer support

You need to look for a company that offers good support to their customers. If they do not answer your email or the phone it is probably best to move on and find an alternative.

3. Clear terms and conditions

Before you hire furniture it is important to understand the terms and conditions of the rental agreement. If you are at all unsure of something, always ask. A good firm will not mind your doing so. They will always provide you with a full and clear response. Again, if the terms and conditions are not clear, it is usually best to just walk away.

4. Look for a firm that offers enough flexibility

Often, when you hire furniture you do not know for sure how long you will need it for. Therefore, you have to be sure that the contract you sign offers enough flexibility. You really do not want to have to continue to pay for items you no longer need because of a minimum rental term that you did not fully consider before signing the contract.

5. Think about damage

It is very important to take care of the furniture that you hire. Most firms require their furniture to be returned to them in good condition. You need to understand exactly what they mean by this term. Every company has different standards. They also have different processes in place for dealing with situations where items are returned to them damaged.

You also need to check whether your contents insurance policy covers damage to hired furniture. This is especially important if you live somewhere that is prone to flooding.

6. The right style

When staging a room or property, styling is an important consideration. This means that you need to use a rental firm that leases out the right style of furniture. Bear in mind that some firms do not update their website images very often. If you are not careful you can end up hiring something that is not what you expected. Therefore, before you sign the contract, it is wise to ask to see some photos of the items that are included in the package.

Following the tips outlined above really will help you to find the ideal furniture rental firm and get the best deal. But, of course, you also need to rent the right type of furniture. Clicking this link will take you to an article that will help you to do exactly that.

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This post is written in collaboration with Emblem Furniture and the title image was sourced, with creative commons, on Pixabay.