A surprise father's day present. This chair had extensive water damage. It was our customer’s grandmother’s and she wanted to give it to her husband as a surprise. The chair was beautiful and was made of solid mahogany. The water damage had caused the chair to become moldy and it had to be stripped to the bare frame and sanitized. A complete overhaul was needed. The frame was taken apart and reglued. The chair was old and made for shorter people in an earlier time. We added 2 ½ inches to the legs to make it more comfortable to use at the dining room table.
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Fine Furniture Reupholstery
Is the fabric on your upholstery looking worn? Are the cushions becoming too soft? It may be time to update your upholstered sofa, loveseat, chairs or other furniture. Weber’s upholsterers are among the most skilled and experienced in the industry.
Weber’s complete six-step upholstery process includes the following:
- Remove all material leaving only the bare frame.
- Re-glue and retighten the frame if needed and make any needed repairs.
- Rebuild the seat—replace all webbing and 8-way hand tie coil springs.
- Replace all cotton batting and padding.
- Replace all foam cushioning and contour to match the original lines.
- Apply new fabric, welting and/or nail heads where needed.
Not all upholstered pieces require this complete process. Many times when upholstering furniture, the cushioning can be reused and the frame may be sturdy. Our craftsmen will work with you to develop the right approach to reupholster your furniture.
Our upholsterers are known for their meticulous attention to pattern matching and seaming. They are skilled in any detailing you may want—skirts, channels, tufts, welting, buttons and nail-head trim. We upholster using only the finest, longest lasting cushioning materials to give your upholstered furniture many years of continued service.