How often to change the sofa?


With wide experience in selling sofas, we have decided to share advice “how often to change the sofa” with our customers. It all depends on the quality of the sofa and how many people sit on it.
This may be my simplify version of this topic. Generally, there are 2 types of sofas: the first type is expensive, they are often of high quality, and the second type is inexpensive, but featuring a low quality.

Usually an expensive sofa is in use from 5 to 8 years under normal use and treatment for it. (But of course if 2,000 people sat on the couch for a year, even if it is expensive, sofa quickly loses its previous form). On average, for a family of 5 people this sofa will serve about 5 years. Then sofa’s quality will be deteriorating, although it is still possible to sit and lie on it  for about eight years (if you are Lucky). But experience shows that people do not like disharmony at their home especially if you can buy something beautiful and new. Thus they go back to the store for a new sofa : )

Inexpensive sofas serve from 1 to 4 years, not more, as this type of sofas is not designed for long use. Usually, the inexpensive quality sofas are designed for occasional use, such as in a home office room or in the country house. Of course, lonely people buying a sofa do not use it in a way that it can be frayed during a year.

If you like good quality sofa and is clear about the designs you want. You may consider dealing directly with the sofa manufacturer. Without the middle man and expensive retail stores, you should be able to get better quality for the same dollar.
Contact: Centrepiece furnishing or text 90305057 for an appointment.

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