Many offices get confused about what the differences are between Curbside Delivery and White Glove Delivery so in this blog we will use Santa as an example of delivery options.
Curbside Delivery is like getting your gifts, taking them to your room, unwrapping them, unboxing them and then getting to play with them.
Curbside Delivery is the most economical and quickest choice for shipping and delivering your equipment to your office. Curbside Delivery is pretty self explanatory meaning that the freight is delivered to the curb of your office and it is your responsibility to un-crate the freight and move it into your office. The freight company is instructed to call your office when your equipment arrives at your local terminal and schedule a day and window of time to deliver your equipment. When you purchase from us at Total Clinic Solutions, Chiropractic Consignment or Omni Chiro Tables.com we provide you with instructions and tips on how to move your new equipment into your office.
White Glove Delivery is like walking into the living room Christmas morning and your gifts are set out and ready for you to play with them.
White Glove Delivery can be two to three times more expensive than Curbside Delivery. The price for White Glove Delivery is dependent on your office location, size of your office doorway, stairs, and parking lot. When you use White Glove Delivery the equipment is shipped thru the same freight carrier as Curbside Delivery but it is then transferred to another company that will contact your office and schedule a day and window of time to deliver your equipment. This transfer of equipment can add 5-10 business days for delivery time. When your equipment arrives at your office the delivery company will un-crate your equipment and move it into your office and to your office space that you have already cleared for the equipment to be placed. The delivery company will also remove and dispose the pallet and packaging for you. Please be aware that the delivery company is just that a delivery company they are NOT chiropractic equipment technicians so they will not be able to instruct you on the features of your new table or be able to train or set any additional features for you.
So there you have the Santa version on the differences between Curbside Delivery and White Glove Delivery now you can place your chiropractic equipment order accordingly.