Our friendly IKEA fanatics will build your furniture follwing the cryptic instruction manual.
No worries, no wobbly doors and no bits left over.
We show up on a short notice for $69.
We also provide picking with delivery service from IKEA store.
Our service area covers Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and Bronx.
Delivery cost starts at $79.
Simple flat rate – tell us what you need assembled, we tell you exactly how much it will cost.
Prices start from $50 which usually covers the cost of assembling a typical bed or small chest of drawers.
You choose the date and 2 hours window.
We are just an email away and ready to answer all of your questions.
Shoot us an email and you'll be talking directly with the real ikea specialist. No middleman, no surcharge.
Skip the need to call ikea's 1-800 number. We exchange any defective merchandise fast and free.
Send us your shopping list, and we'll quickly respond with a quote. Usually you'll have an estimate within 1 hour.
You pay only after your furniture is delivered and assembled and you are 100% satisfied!
Meet our team of IKEA enthusiasts. They make the hard work look easy.
Too bad IKEA's home delivery subcontractor in NYC left so many people unhappy. Perhaps it gets increasingly hard to manage big shipping companies like theirs.
The prices start at $99. You must visit the store to pay for the products in this case.
According to direct catalog order, delivery to Manhattan will be $199. Our service is almost always a cheaper and faster alternative.
IKEA does not provide assembly services per se, but can "arrange an experienced independent company" to do the assembly. We are one of many independent companies that assemble ikea in NYC. We stand out due to our affordable prices yet efficent and simple to use service.
We accept all major credit cards on-site (3% fee added to cover Visa/Mastercard processing fees). Cash and check payments are precessed with no fees.
There are hundreds of different types of furniture available at IKEA.
To give you the best value we price every one of those items separately depending on its complexity.