White Glove Delivery

“White glove delivery” means your package never touches a forklift. They deliver to your residence and bring it to the room where you want it. They unpack the table (trust me, we’ve done that ourselves more than a few times, and you don’t want to!) and attach the legs. They then remove all the packing material before they leave. They’re like magical fairies who put your table where you want it and leave no trace of themselves.

For the price we’re able to deliver, it’s totally worth it! See photos below.

For our shipping we’ve worked out a scale of rates based on the destination. The rates aren’t based purely on distance but also on common shipping routes, so it’s less expensive to ship to the West Coast than to the central Northern states.

Note there are also additional fees per shipment, so it is much less expensive to ship multiple items at one time than individually. The price also covers setting up a delivery time, standard installation, and clean up. Additional fees may apply for situations outside the norm such as having trouble contacting you by telephone, not being able to park near the residence, narrow or tricky stairs, and the like.

To determine the estimated shipping, “order” the table you are dreaming about and click “View Cart.” On the right is a section labeled Estimate Shipping. Click the link and adjust the fields for the table(s) you are ordering. Select your state (note Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin are divided by zip code). The total shown is an estimate only, but it’s a fairly good one!

If you have any questions email gametableJodi@gmail.com.

 

The Delivery service first unboxes your table and inspects all the pieces, then wraps them in furniture pads for shipping to your home. Here are the wrapped legs of a Tablezilla.

The delivery service first unboxes your table and inspects all the pieces, then wraps them in furniture pads for shipping to your home. Here are the wrapped legs of a Tablezilla.

 

The table top and table lid are also wrapped individually and moved into your home by professionals.

The table top and table lid are also wrapped individually and moved into your home by professionals.

 

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Next they install the table legs. These are secured with three sturdy bolts to a metal frame and are easy to remove, should you need to move your table after installation.

 

The second hardest part? Flipping Tablezilla! The first hard part is getting it into your home. If you plan to move Tablezilla into a room only accessed by a stairwell, we recommend you mock up an 8 foot long, 4.83 foot wide, and 5 inch thick piece of cardboard and try it yourself first. One Tablezilla has become the family Dining Room table because it would not fit down the stairs to the game room. It matches her china cabinets and wall trim pretty well, though, so it might not have been a mistake on his part after all!

The second hardest part? Flipping Tablezilla! The first hard part is getting it into your home. If you plan to move Tablezilla into a room only accessed by a stairwell, we recommend you mock up an 8 foot long, 4.83 foot wide, and 5 inch thick piece of cardboard and try it yourself first. One Tablezilla has become the family Dining Room table because it would not fit down the stairs to the game room. It matches her china cabinets and wall trim pretty well, though, so it might not have been a mistake on his part after all!

 

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The final product: Tablezilla in your home and ready to play.

 

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