The first thing you will need after painting the walls of your new home is some furniture to decorate your rooms. But where can you find the best furniture? One shop that supplies furniture is Heal’s. But what will the quality of their sofas be? How might light will their lighting solutions provide? Will their mattresses be comfortable enough to sleep on night after night? How much will you be able to store in their drawers and other storage solutions? Will it take long for their delivery service to send the item to your home? And is there a customer service willing to assist you whenever you need some help? These things can only be told by customers that have already shopped at Heal’s before. Read their reviews to get a better view of this shop and their products. These customers’s opinions, comments, ratings, experiences and remarks can help you decide if shopping at Heal’s is a good idea or not.
Heal’s is a shop that sells furniture. The company was founded in 1810, so they have been around for over 2 centuries. The first shop was located in London, Rathbone Place 33. The founder was John Harris Heal. In their shop, you can find all sorts of furniture. There are, for example, sofas such as easy chairs, 4 seater sofas, accent chairs, loveseats, 3 seaters, rocking chairs, leather sofas, 2 seaters, armchairs, sofa beds, corner sofas, Eames lounge chairs, footstools and more. In their furniture section, you can find stools, chests of drawers, bookcases, desks, sideboards, hallway storage solutions, desk lamps, office chairs, benches, TV units, coffee tables, console tables, dining chairs, dining tables, shelves, outdoor chairs and more. For your bedroom, they offer dressing tables, bedframes, pocket sprung beds, medium mattresses, bedside tables, wardrobes, latex foam mattresses, duvets, divans, headboards, pillows, mattress toppers, mattress protectors etc. They also offer lighting solutions such as chandeliers, bedside lamps, indoor wall lights, halogen bulbs, bedside lamps, LED bulbs, decorative bulbs, suspension lights, reading lamps, lamp shades, desk lamps, floor lamps, outdoor lighting and more. And you can decorate your house with their home accessories such as rubs, mirrors, candle holders, home decor, decorative objects, decorative mirrors, vases, frames, clocks, fur cushions, throws, mugs, tableware, cutlery, wall art, faux flowers, scented candles, bowls, diffusers, barware, blankets, placemats, linens, chopping boards, tea supplies, serveware etc. There are collections such as Industrial Lighting, Festival Of Light, Small Space Living, The Brunel Apartment, Heal’s Discovers, Matthew Hilton, Vitra, Opulence, Nordic Comfort and more.
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All of the supplies from Heal’s can be ordered via their website. Their delivery service will send them to your home. They also offer customer service to help you when you need some assistance.
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Though they are selling many things, but what I use this service is interior as a whole. Right from coloring to furniture and setting, lighting etc. Earlier I decided for furniture and purchase of lights but later after a short discussion with Heals people I handed over for complete work, I found it more economical and mind of satisfaction. I would like to thanks them for coloring options and lighting. Try it ,they will not disappoint you.
8 months lies and evasion while Heal's kept my money
Ordered stackable bookshelves July 2018. Shortly after order was placed, I was asked to accept change in colour scheme which I reluctantly agreed. Advised that delivery would be fast - early Sept - as most items in stock. Nobody contacted me about any delay, Late Sept I emailed Heal's and was advised "order has fallen behind schedule" due "update from supplier" and revised to mid October. On 3rd Dec. I contacted Heal's saying "Terrible customer service in that I have to chase information about a long delay, but even worse that two months further on you haven’t contacted me again. It’s five months since I ordered furniture items you said would be here in two months. What’s going on?". I got a proforma response saying "someone will be in touch". No one ever got in touch. I messaged Heal's later in December saying "I still await a reply". No reply from Heal's. I contacted the individual with whom I placed the order who did reply. He could not help - no access to information. No further reply from Heal’s. Early Jan I got a delivery notice. Day before delivery I was sent list of items to be delivered – it included only parts of the order, crucially omitting the assembly fasteners so I’d have had a group useless boxes I could not assemble. I told them not to deliver til they had the full order. No reply from Heal’s. Mid Feb I was contacted saying “we are ready to deliver”. I phoned to clarify – but they were still pushing to deliver the incomplete pieces that could not be built. I refused delivery again. 3rd Mar, was contacted, message said “some of the items on your order that were caught up in our warehouse fire have now been discontinued”. I asked for an immediate refund. No response from Heal’s other than to say “we will process”. Now 11 days more, and am waiting for the thousands pounds Heal’s has had for nearly a year. The lack of any responses and the concealment of the true order status amounts to a continuous pattern of lies and evasion all while they have kept my money. Dreadful dreadful company. Never buy from them.