Terms & Conditions
Terms and Conditions
Before placing an order, we advise all customers to read our Terms and Conditions.
Every order placed by the buyer by whatever means shall be deemed to constitute an offer by the buyer to enter into a contract on these conditions. The acceptance of said offer will be made by Furniture Direct who will fulfil the order.
At Homes Furniture, we accept a wide range of debit and credit cards via our online shop. We offer a cheque option but for more details contact the team for more information.
Confirmation of your order
Once you have ordered from our company, you will be sent an invoice/order confirmation. We suggest that you read this to ensure that all of the details are correct otherwise this may incur extra costs.
Cancelling your order
Should you need to cancel or change your order more than 4 days after the initial order, our company reserves the right to charge you the cost in relation to your order. However, this charge will not be more than 25% of the product in question.
Your order will be delivered to you between 2-7 working days. Please send us your contact telephone number (landline and mobile) and we will call you at least one day before to let you know
which day and what time (3-4 hour slot) your delivery is coming. Please don‘t wait in for your delivery if you have not had confirmation from us.
If you wish to return the item in question, we will refund the item in full or exchange the item in question. To arrange a returns, you must do within 7 days of receipt of goods (UK Mainland). This may differ for one-off items.
Homes Furniture reserves the right to alter specifications or products at any time, without prior notice. The colours of the furniture shown on our website may not be an exact match. All prices are subject to change at any time.
If dimensions are essential for your order, we suggest that you call our team for more details. All details of items are correct at the time of writing and are in-stock.
These terms and conditions do not affect your statutory rights. Laws of England apply.