Take cover -- it's a matter of policy

February 2001
Cabinet Maker;02/16/2001, Issue 5225, p12
Trade Publication
Focuses on the importance of warranties in covering furniture repairs in Great Britain. Advantages of warranties; Role of sales staff in informing customers regarding warranty coverage; Influence of warranties on the growth of cabinet goods. INSETS: Hide warranty seeks to protect against stains;Manufacturers included;Covered after delivery;A maturing market


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