Deposit Payment Plan
Welcome to CanadianFurniture.ca! We understand that purchasing furniture can be a significant investment, and we want to make the process as seamless and accessible as possible. That's why we offer a deposit payment plan for our made-to-order goods over $1000.
Here's how it works: when you place your order, you'll pay half the order value & taxes plus shipping (if applicable). This allows us to start production on your items right away. The remaining balance will be due near the end of the production period and prior to preparation for delivery. We'll work with you to determine the best delivery date that fits your schedule.
Our deposit payment plan is a great option for customers who want to secure their order and start the production process without having to pay the full amount upfront. We want to ensure that everyone can enjoy the benefits of our high-quality, made-to-order furniture.
If you're interested in our deposit payment plan, simply fill out the form below or chat live with one of our representatives. We'll be happy to answer any questions you may have and help you get started on your purchase.
Thank you for choosing CanadianFurniture.ca, we look forward to helping you create the home of your dreams!
- Deposit invoices will be sent via email from email@example.com
- All made to order & custom goods are final sale and non-refundable
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