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04/19/2017
By: Tajuana W.
Art Van Furniture
My mattresses were delivered and the delivery drivers were not able to get the box spring up the stairs. I was told to call into the store to order a split box spring. I was told that there should not be an additional charge. I was told to contact the sales representative. When I contacted the store I was told that there would be a $100 additional charge. When I indicated to the sale rep and the manger what was told by the driver they told me that is why they wear t-shirts and shorts. They refused to provide better customer service. I asked them to just pick up the mattress that the delivery driver left with no box spring. I was told that could not happen and that if they did not return to pick it up today it is a final sale! I was told that was poor customer service. I was told that the driver is not in customer service.
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09/18/2016
By: Dan P.
Art Van Furniture
Been having back pain from the mattress I've been using. Went to art van to buy a new one. The prices were higher then I wanted to spend, the employee I delt with was Ryan. Very good guy, he informed me why I was experiencing the bad back pain along with a few others things I wasn't aware of. He wasn't too pushy when I told him many were out of my price range. He was able to get me a good deal on the mattress along with throwing in a few extras.So if your going to this Art Van in Westland lookin for beds, I recommend you ask for Ryan.
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08/28/2016
By: Gabi J.
Art Van Furniture
Bought a dinning table and a set of coffe tables. Sent me the dining tables with one of the chares broken,and the wrong set of coffe rables. After I had to go back to the store and show them the set of coffe tables that I choose , they sent me a new chair and the right st of coffe table, but the coffe tables were defective.I called them and they replaced the coffe table with another defective coffe table. Called them again and they replaced it with - you guessed it - another deffective coffe table. They are a joke. I Am going to call them again and have them send me a replacement and see where this is going
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03/21/2014
By: Jack R.
Art Van Furniture
It's all who you have for a salesperson, ask for Corey! Not pushy , knowledgeable and fun. He always brings it to the lowest price possible. Will always go back and refer people to him
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