Our Commitment to Quality
Bargain Sheet Sets ~ Dreamweave is committed to providing quality in everything we do. We start with quality products and carry that principle through every aspect of conducting business. The following core principles are the strength of our business and the motivation behind our success.
- Commitment to Quality: Our products have improved consistently throughout the years. As the manufacturing processes have improved so have our product lines. We continuously research and test new products, so that we know we are always offering the best products available--and as always, at the best possible prices.
- We strive everyday to provide the best possible customer service. Be it processing an online order, taking a phone order, responding to your questions, processing exchanges or returns, or addressing problems. We want to make your shopping experience as easy and pleasant as possible. We hope to establish lasting customer relationships, not just capture a one-time sale. We want to hear from you. If there is a problem, we want to know about it. If there is a product you're looking for and we don't have it, let us know. We may want to add to our product line or we may be able to help you find it. In short, please feel free to contact us. We're here to help.
- We treat our customers with honestly and integrity. We provide as much information as possible about our products. We want you to know exactly what you are purchasing, and provide educational and informative facts that you can use in researching our products, as well as others' when shopping online.
Please look through our web site, and learn more about our products and, how they compare to other luxury linens. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. We look forward to hearing from you.
~ Dreamweave FACT
Did you know? The fibers used to make Dreamweave sheets are formed using a technology that uses recycled by-product to form high strength microfibers. These fabrics last longer and are 100% recyclable. Many people assume organic cotton is a better choice. What they don't realize is that organic cottton uses twice as much water and uses more resources to transport from farms to factories and to manufacture.