Havertys welcomes certain phone orders when merchandise is purchased using Discover, MasterCard, Visa or American Express cards only. Contact your local store for more details.
Gift cards may be purchased in-store only.
Please note that not all merchandise is available at all locations.
Havertys store locations accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, travelers checks, Havertys gift cards, Havertys card accounts issued through Synchrony and charges on approved Havertys Credit Services accounts.
For purchases through our website acceptable forms of payment are only Visa, Master Card, American Express, Discover and charges on your existing Havertys card account issued through Synchrony.
Consumer must present gift card at Havertys for the purchase of goods or services in the United States. A Havertys Gift Card cannot be redeemed for cash (except for those states that require redemption for cash) or replaced if lost or stolen. If a Havertys Gift Card is found, it should be returned to the closest Havertys store location. After 24 months of non-use a $10 per month administrative fee will be deducted from the remaining balance unless prohibited by law.
That's why we uncrate, inspect, assemble and protect your pieces prior to loading them onto our truck. It's why we send delivery updates that allow you to follow the delivery truck and see a photo of your driver. We take care of every detail so you don't have to lift a finger.
While we strive to accomodate our customers, it is for this reason that we require 48 hours notice in order to make changes to a scheduled delivery appointment.
Why does the table I just purchased have different markings than the one I saw in the store? Like two sets of fingerprints, no two pieces of furniture made from natural products are exactly alike. That means your furniture won't look exactly like the pieces seen in a store or in another home, giving you a look that is truly one-of-a-kind. Also some of our collections receive a hand-finishing process called "distressing." It recreates the appearance of years of cherished use. This process, also known as a patination or hand-finishing, recreates what happens to furniture naturally over time. Distressing techniques vary from collection to collection and depend on the style of the group, the amount of distressing that is preferred, whether the piece is painted or stained, etc. Once the desired effect is created, the piece is stained to enhance the appearance and sealed to protect it through many years of wear and tear.
Some of the techniques used on our furniture are:
Cleaning upholstery may seem like a daunting task, but we have a handy guide to help keep your purchases looking fresh. Your new leather or fabric upholstery pieces are extremely durable, but keep these protection and care instructions in mind to ensure years of enjoyment. For more information, visit our Furniture Care Guide.
|Spot clean with upholstery shampoo or upholstery dry cleaning solvents as desired. Pile fabrics may require brushing to restore experience. Do not saturate with liquid. Cushion covers should not be removed for cleaning.|
|Spot clean with water-free dry cleaning solvent. Do not saturate with liquid. Pile fabrics may require brushing to restore appearance. Do not use water or bleach. Cushion covers should not be removed for cleaning.|
|Spot clean only with water based upholstery shampoo or foam upholstery cleaner. Pile fabrics may require brushing to restore appearance. Do not saturate. Do not use solvents or bleach to spot clean. Cushion covers should not be removed for cleaning.|
|X||Vacuum, Light Brushing|
|Clean only by vacuuming or light brushing with a non-metallic brush only. Do not clean with water, bleach or solvent based cleaner.|
|Dry Clean Only||Piece requires dry cleaning only.|
|Machine Washable||Piece can be safely washed in a washing machine.|