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We bought our sofa from furniture village about 9 months ago, I can honestly say that this is the most expensive sofa we have ever bought, unfortunately it is also the most uncomfortable one too. The cushions are inadequately filled and collapse as soon as they’re sat on and the feather back cushions are a nightmare that always look untidy. This sofa is definitely not worth the price we paid and I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone.
3

1 year ago

review by Joyce Franks

#delivery(3/5) #price(3/5) #quality(3/5) #customer service(3/5) #on-time(3/5)

VERY VERY DISAPPOINTED
After careful consideration ie: visiting Collins and Hayes showroom in Nottingham, sending for their brochure and several swabs of material, we decided to order two Heath sofas from Russell Dean in Mytholmroyd.
After eight weeks the sofas were delivered on the 18th April 2019. Approximately eight weeks after delivery my wife noticed that the smaller sofa which stood near a window had discoloured badly. We contacted Russell Dean and Collins and Hayes and were told it had discoloured due to direct sunlight (April and May were fairly dull months), and if placed near a window we should have tilted the blinds, drawn the curtains or covered the sofa with a throw in sunny weather.
We were not informed of any of these things when ordering the sofas otherwise we would not have purchased them and the Collins and Hayes brochure displays several of their sofas standing in front of large windows with no curtains or blinds and not a throw in sight.
So take the advice of a couple of very unhappy pensioners, if you intend purchasing Collins and Hayes sofas from Russell Dean or any other retailer to stand near a window and you don’t want to live in the dark or cover your sofa every time the sun shines, think carefully before buying.
Vic and Margaret - Hayfield
3

1 year ago

review by Margaret

#delivery(3/5) #price(3/5) #quality(3/5) #customer service(3/5) #on-time(3/5)

We've hade two sofas and a chair since about 1998. Still going strong. We bought two sets of covers. I would like to refurbish the seat cushions and get another set of covers and maybe we will get another 20 years!
Can recommend
5

1 year ago

review by Lorri

#delivery(5/5) #price(5/5) #quality(5/5) #customer service(5/5) #on-time(5/5)

Love the look of our two Lavinia sofas- as long as no one has sat on them! The back cushions don’t seem to have enough feathers in them and need plumping even if they've only been sat on for a couple of minutes. The fibre seat cushions also need plumping very day and are very squashy, so not as comfortable as we’d hoped. They have only been used in the evenings and mostly by just two (average weight) people, since getting them in January, so they have not had heavy use. So - a bit disappointed but I got the Romo Linara fabric I wanted and the overall look is great!
3

1 year ago

review by Sorrel Fergusson

#delivery(3/5) #price(3/5) #quality(3/5) #customer service(3/5) #on-time(3/5)

It took my husband & I 10 years to find a suite we both liked. We took one look at your suite and both knew we had found what we wanted. It looked classy felt classy to touch and to actually sit down was so so comfortable. I am only sorry after 20 years you no longer make the same design.
5

1 year ago

review by Shirley & Gren Fox

#delivery(5/5) #price(5/5) #quality(5/5) #customer service(5/5) #on-time(5/5)

Have had Collins and Hayes sofa for 28 years ,still going strong ,( despite children and many parties ) love the fact that the cover can be washed with ease , have recently bought another Collins and Hayes after much sofa searching in various stores and online , returned to Collins and Hayes . You get what you pay for.
5

1 year ago

review by Ruth Varley

#delivery(5/5) #price(5/5) #quality(5/5) #customer service(5/5) #on-time(5/5)

We placed an order with Collins & Hayes for two Studio medium sofas and armchair on 13 June 2017 with delivery scheduled for the week commencing 3 September. C&H advised 17 weeks later, and several weeks past the scheduled date, that they could no longer fulfil the order. This doesn't even begin to describe the appalling organisation of this company though, and the utter contempt shown for the customer which is quite incredible; breathtaking, in fact.

We have been subject to a sad catalogue of poor organisation, hopeless communication and mismanagement. After just four weeks, on 8 July, we were advised that our chosen fabric was now not available, apparently due to their supplier not supporting a court judgement relating to the granting of a Company Voluntary Agreement (C&H were in the process of being taken over by Sofa Brands International). We then found that finding a substitute was a task in itself as the fabric numbers their their website and in communications with the retailer did not correspond with the sample fabrics only just brought into the showroom by their sales representative, and no-one at C&H had a clue what was going wrong, admitting that “it is all a bit of a mess’. Eventually, through our own efforts alone, and after countless telephone calls that were not answered, a common experience throughout, we found a replacement fabric.

Then, on 3 August, we receive another forwarded email from C&H, this one advising that C&H had been sold to Sofa Brands International. This said, “SBI has granted the company in Hastings the licence to fulfil the Collins & Hayes outstanding order book, which we fully intend to honour”. The retailer spoke to someone at C&H to confirm this commitment, and received absolute reassurance that this would indeed happen. We were concerned to hear of this development, but took C&H at their word, given the strength of the promise to honour order book commitments.

Subsequently, the scheduled delivery date kept slipping further and further back as 3 September approached, eventually moving to 18 September, and then to the week commencing 8 October. And then we received a shocking email, advising that they would not be honouring their commitments at all.

The letter began, "Bad news, unfortunately! We won’t be able to fulfil this order at all and will have to cancel it forthwith".

The reasons that they give for failing to show honour are simply not acceptable to the customer. They would have known about the deadlines well before the event. They had more than enough time to find a way to make sure that their promises to fulfil existing orders were not empty and disingenuous. But they didn’t.

Equally, the tone of the letter is quite appalling. Knowing that this communication would be forwarded to the customer, as suggested in the email itself, and then to lead with, “bad news unfortunately!’, to punctuate with an exclamation mark of all things, demonstrates an absolute lack of care and empathy with the customers’ feelings. I am surprised that the writer didn’t add ‘LOL’, just to underline how amusing it all is.

There is not even any attempt to help the customer in their letter, to try to seek a solution, offer suggestion, or to consider any form of compensation. They claimed that the situation is “completely out of their control”, which is laughable. They tried absolve themselves of all responsibility.

It is hard to think of any company that I have ever come across that demonstrates the same managerial ineptitude, the same cynicism for the customer, and the same readiness to make and break promises as is evident with Collins & Hayes.

They will not respond to my letters, saying that they will only deal with the retailer. My advice, then, is to stay well away from this dreadful company as they cannot be trusted and are a shambles.
3

1 year ago

review by MA

#delivery(3/5) #price(3/5) #quality(3/5) #customer service(3/5) #on-time(3/5)

Recently received my brochure as I want too purchase another sofa , still got my small Lavinia after 22 yrs can you believe that I have only purchased one set of covers for it , excellent value for money don’t you think .
5

1 year ago

review by Sue Lloyd

#delivery(5/5) #price(5/5) #quality(5/5) #customer service(5/5) #on-time(5/5)

Purchased a Radley sofa & armchair about six months ago, incredibly comfortable and looks really stylish too. Was hard pushed to choose one as they were all so soft and comfortable in the shop!
5

1 year ago

review by Rosie

#delivery(5/5) #price(5/5) #quality(5/5) #customer service(5/5) #on-time(5/5)

VERY VERY VERY DISAPPOINTED After careful consideration ie: visiting Collins and Hayes showroom in Nottingham, sending for their brochure and several swabs of material, we decided to order two Heath sofas from Russell Dean in Mytholmroyd. After eight weeks the sofas were delivered on the 18th April 2019. Approximately eight weeks after delivery my wife noticed that the smaller sofa which stood near a window had discoloured badly. We contacted Russell Dean and Collins and Hayes and were told it had discoloured due to direct sunlight (April and May were fairly dull months), and if placed near a window we should have tilted the blinds, drawn the curtains or covered the sofa with a throw in sunny weather. We were not informed of any of these things when ordering the sofas otherwise we would not have purchased them and the Collins and Hayes brochure displays several of their sofas standing in front of large windows with no curtains or blinds and not a throw in sight. So take the advice of a couple of very unhappy pensioners, if you intend purchasing Collins and Hayes sofas from Russell Dean or any other retailer to stand near a window and you don’t want to live in the dark or cover your sofa every time the sun shines, think carefully before buying. Vic and Margaret - Hayfield
3

1 year ago

review by Margaret Huddle

#delivery(3/5) #price(3/5) #quality(3/5) #customer service(3/5) #on-time(3/5)

We placed an order with Collins & Hayes for two Studio medium sofas and armchair on 13 June 2017 with delivery scheduled for the week commencing 3 September. C&H advised 17 weeks later, and several weeks past the scheduled date, that they could no longer fulfil the order. This doesn't even begin to describe the appalling organisation of this company though, and the utter contempt shown for the customer which is quite incredible; breathtaking, in fact. We have been subject to a sad catalogue of poor organisation, hopeless communication and mismanagement. After just four weeks, on 8 July, we were advised that our chosen fabric was now not available, apparently due to their supplier not supporting a court judgement relating to the granting of a Company Voluntary Agreement (C&H were in the process of being taken over by Sofa Brands International). We then found that finding a substitute was a task in itself as the fabric numbers their their website and in communications with the retailer did not correspond with the sample fabrics only just brought into the showroom by their sales representative, and no-one at C&H had a clue what was going wrong, admitting that “it is all a bit of a mess’. Eventually, through our own efforts alone, and after countless telephone calls that were not answered, a common experience throughout, we found a replacement fabric. Then, on 3 August, we receive another forwarded email from C&H, this one advising that C&H had been sold to Sofa Brands International. This said, “SBI has granted the company in Hastings the licence to fulfil the Collins & Hayes outstanding order book, which we fully intend to honour”. The retailer spoke to someone at C&H to confirm this commitment, and received absolute reassurance that this would indeed happen. We were concerned to hear of this development, but took C&H at their word, given the strength of the promise to honour order book commitments. Subsequently, the scheduled delivery date kept slipping further and further back as 3 September approached, eventually moving to 18 September, and then to the week commencing 8 October. And then we received a shocking email, advising that they would not be honouring their commitments at all. The letter began, "Bad news, unfortunately! We won’t be able to fulfil this order at all and will have to cancel it forthwith". The reasons that they give for failing to show honour are simply not acceptable to the customer. They would have known about the deadlines well before the event. They had more than enough time to find a way to make sure that their promises to fulfil existing orders were not empty and disingenuous. But they didn’t. Equally, the tone of the letter is quite appalling. Knowing that this communication would be forwarded to the customer, as suggested in the email itself, and then to lead with, “bad news unfortunately!’, to punctuate with an exclamation mark of all things, demonstrates an absolute lack of care and empathy with the customers’ feelings. I am surprised that the writer didn’t add ‘LOL’, just to underline how amusing it all is. There is not even any attempt to help the customer in their letter, to try to seek a solution, offer suggestion, or to consider any form of compensation. They claimed that the situation is “completely out of their control”, which is laughable. They tried absolve themselves of all responsibility. It is hard to think of any company that I have ever come across that demonstrates the same managerial ineptitude, the same cynicism for the customer, and the same readiness to make and break promises as is evident with Collins & Hayes. They will not respond to my letters, saying that they will only deal with the retailer. My advice, then, is to stay well away from this dreadful company as they cannot be trusted and are a shambles.
3

1 year ago

review by Deleted User

#delivery(3/5) #price(3/5) #quality(3/5) #customer service(3/5) #on-time(3/5)

I'm can't speak for the experiences of the other reviewers, but I've had a Maple suite (grand, medium & snuggler) for six months now and it is the best purchase I ever made! The cushions do require plumping, but it is so worth it for the comfort! The fabric selection is enormous and they are all natural materials which, if you're like me and have sensitive skin, is simply perfect and a real first time. I would absolutely recommend there sofas!
5

1 year ago

review by Deleted User

#delivery(5/5) #price(5/5) #quality(5/5) #customer service(5/5) #on-time(5/5)

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