Here’s why you need to know about Furniture Max

You’re in the market for new furniture. But you need it, like, now, or tomorrow at the latest.

And — this is kind of a big thing for you — you would like it made with American craftsmanship and materials. Those conditions eliminate just about every store at the mall (not that you would go there in the first place), and the discount stores, and that icon of Dutch do-it-yourself balsawood puzzles.

Meet Furniture Max.

The Herndon furniture showroom goes beyond the usual in its service, in-stock selection, and fast delivery options — as in, same day and tomorrow at the latest.

Furniture Max has the latest design and decorating styles for every room of the house: The obvious ones (living room, bedroom, dining room) — but also the home office (so important these days) and the entertainment center (ditto).

Furniture Max eliminates bouncing from one store to the other to compare deals. You’ll do it anyway, but you’ll see for yourself. And if you need it, there is online financing to continue the speed-of-light furnishing of your house or apartment.

Oh, and one more thing: Most of the products are made in the USA by American companies. It’s important to you, we know.

And one more one more thing: There’s a store-wide sale going on.

Furniture Max is at 2441 Centreville Road in Herndon. Call 571-459-7178 or email [email protected].

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