Refinishing of the Union Station benches.
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Refinishing of a Mid-century office chair. This 1940’s to 1950’s commercial office chair was purchased by our customer who wanted to use it in his home office. The chair was remarkably well made and did not need any regluing—all of the joints were solid. The wood was refinished using the same shade of stain as the original and a satin finish was used to blend in with the other pieces in the home offce. Our customer is now enjoying his like-new chair while running his home business.
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.
Furniture with deep gouges to the surface, heavy wear or water damage can be made to look like new again. Conference tables, credenzas and desks can be refinished—often at a fraction of the cost of new.
Weber’s highly skilled craftsmen will duplicate the original factory finish or create a custom finish with the color and gloss of your choice. We use only the fnest coatings available—the same as used by America’s leading furniture manufacturers.
Weber’s fourteen step refinishing process is thorough:
Outdoor teak furniture can become grey and dull over the years. Weber can restore the color and patina of the teak to the beauty it had when it was new. Through a five step process of washing, sanding, bleaching, restoring and sealing the pieces can be made to look like they had been just delivered—ready for another summer’s enjoyment.
Your furniture represents a substantial investment. Through our refinishing process you can preserve and protect your investment to give you many more years of service.
Furniture with deep scratches, gouges, heavy wear or water damage can be made to look like new again. Desks, credenzas, conference tables, wood chairs and other furniture can be refinished—often at a fraction of the cost of new.