Repair and refinishing of an old spindle back chair. This customer had purchased this period piece and wanted to use it in their home. The frame was well made but the joints were coming loose. The chair was completely taken apart. Since new glue doesn’t stick well to old glue, the old glue was removed from the joints, and new high strength glue was used. The chair was clamped, while the glue dried, and the wood was then refinished. This chair now occupies a proud place in our customer’s kitchen.
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Our craftsmen will repair your broken or loose chairs, wobbly tables and other items. We use state-of-the-art glues that can make the joints stronger than the original. Once the joint is repaired the seam is cleaned and touched up. In
most cases this renders the repair nearly invisible. Before you throw away that broken but valuable piece of furniture, let us evaluate it—in most cases it can be repaired to give you many more years of service.
Finishes damaged by scratches, gouges, dents, water marks, and burns can be repaired and in many cases made to look almost invisible.
- Fill in the gouge if necessary.
- Touch up the area to match the finish as close as possible.
- Buff or re-coat the surface if needed.
Are parts missing from your furniture? Weber’s experienced craftsmen can make replacement parts that match the original. These are then finished to match the existing wood. Decorative trim and carvings can also be replaced and finished.