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Picket&Rail Declared Best Furniture Store!

January 06, 2018

Picket&Rail Declared Best Furniture Store!

We're pleased to announce that we've been named as the number one furniture store in the Kallang area by international website threebestrated.com. Our outlet at City Square Mall was highlighted for the review. 

Threebestrated.com used a 50-point inspection to determine our score ranking, evaluating an exhaustive list of criteria such as reputation, business history, complaints, location, consumer trust, and cost. A high rating by the organisation means that the business in question scored highly across all of these areas. We did not solicit this review, and threebestrated.com state clearly on their website that they do not accept payments to do a review. 

We are honored to receive this accolade and will strive to maintain our high standards and keep bringing you Singapore's best Solid Wood furniture. 

View the listing here: https://threebestrated.sg/furniture-stores-in-kallang

 





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