Find a wide variety of contemporary and transitional furniture at MJM Furniture.

5 reasons to visit MJM Furniture this week … and beyond!

Store has specialized in affordable quality for more than three decades

Celebrating 31 years of furnishing local homes, MJM Furniture combines quality, service and selection – all at great savings!

From mattresses and office furniture to sofas and dining suites, the locally grown company invites you to explore furnishings and accessories for virtually every room in your home.

Need more reasons to make this a stop on your Boxing Week rounds? Here’s five!

1. Locally owned and operated

Family owned since 1987, MJM Furniture owner Jeet Jaswal and his team have welcomed many returning customers over the decades, and appreciate the recommendations those long-time shoppers share with friends and family. “We have a tremendous local following, among both our Surrey and our Coquitlam communities,” Jaswal says.

2. The styles you want

While MJM Furniture is known for the wide variety of contemporary and transitional furniture on the showroom floor – many from Canadian manufacturers – you’ll also find a few more traditional pieces mixed in. Popular brands include Decor-Rest, Ashley, Michael Amini and Serta, among many others.

3. With quality comes value

MJM’s long local history, paired with the ability to purchase their most sought-after items in volume, means the store can provide both quality and value.

“We bring in a lot of exciting products at very good prices so our clients can have the quality products they want in their homes,” Jaswal says. “Anything we carry is a quality product.”

4. Taking a customer-first approach

Jaswal knew from the start that customers won’t return to – or recommend – a business with poor customer service, and that understanding is the cornerstone of MJM Furniture’s philosophy. Recognized for its commitment to customer service, the accredited business enjoys an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

5. Save even more with the annual Boxing Week sale

While the name says Boxing Week, the sale actually continues to early January. Still, for the best selection, visiting MJM Furniture during that last week of December isn’t a bad idea! “Most of our products will be on sale,” Jaswal says. “After treating everyone else over the holidays, come treat yourself with something new for your home!”

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Open daily, MJM Furniture has two locations to serve you: In Surrey and Coquitlam. Learn more at mjmfurniture.com or visit on Facebook.

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MJM Furniture’s Boxing Week sale continues through early January.

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