June 11th, 2012 by Peggy Farabaugh
If you're reading this blog, chances are you're either a friend of ours or you're researching Vermont Woods Studios Fine Furniture to see if we're a legitimate business before you plunk down your hard earned money for our handmade furniture.
I get that. We're a small company so we're not reviewed on every online consumer review site, but many of our customers have taken the time to review us and on several online venues. You'll find links to these independent reviews on our Testimonials page.
One online review site that I just discovered last week is Sitejabber and they have 3 independent review of our Vermont Made Furniture. I think it's a pretty good site. It was named one of the Top 100 Websites of 2010 by PC Magazine. Here's how they describe themselves: "SiteJabber is a consumer protection service which helps people avoid fraudulent websites and find ones they will love." They've had a lot of positive press from media outlets like USA Today, The LA Times, Readers Digest and many others. The challenge for Sitejabber and other user-operated review sites is filtering out the spam that website owners and their rivals often write, while posing as consumers. That is certainly annoying when you're trying to find honest reviews.
At Vermont Woods Studios, we realize that investing in fine furniture is a decision you need to research thoroughly thus we try to post as much information as we can to help you understand our company and the committment we have to our customers and their complete satisfaction. Recently compiled customer feedback statistics are published here. Check out the section of my blog that provides additional customer reviews and statistics and give us a call to discuss your questions. If you cannot travel to Vermont to visit us personally, we are happy to try to find an existing customer in your area who would be willing to speak with you about their furniture and their purchasing experience.
She is a CEO who brakes for salamanders, has bottle-fed rescued squirrels and spent her vacation building furniture for a rural school in Costa Rica. She believes in the future and in the people who will build it. A former distance-learning professor at Tulane University with a master’s in environmental health & safety, she turned an interest in forest conservation and endangered species into a growing, local business. She delivers rainforest statistics at breakneck speed, but knows how to slow down and appreciate the beauty of a newly finished piece of heirloom furniture.