The story of a Franklin New Hampshire furniture Store
Grevior Furniture has become a landmark, family-owned and operated business in Franklin NH for over 80 years. Started in 1932 by Nate Grevior in the basement of the old Baptist Church on the corner of Church and Franklin Streets, Grevior is fortunate to have grown and expanded to their present location of 440-448 Central Street, offering 30,000 square feet of bedroom, living room, dining room, and occasional home furnishings. Owners Robert and Andrea Grevior, along with son, Jason, are proud to represent three generations of unparalleled no-pressure sales as well as on-site after-the-sale service if needed.
Grevior Furniture, a community fixture, has had its share of obstacles, including four fires, two floods, and a building collapse, and attributes much of their success to the support of a loyal local customer base. The Grevior family continues to support local charitable groups and organizations wherever possible. It is the Greviors who donated the land on which Trestle View Park is located and is also a major sponsor of the "Winni Trail" which runs from Franklin to Tilton via the "upside down bridge".
During 2013, Grevior Furniture was selected by the NH Department of Corrections to represent "Corrections Creations", which offers quality, one-of-a-kind handmade items at very reasonable prices.
The Grevior Family remains dedicated to providing Central New Hampshire with great furniture at affordable prices and is grateful for the area's continued loyal patronage.