Better by Design
When your furniture is of good quality but has seen better days, re upholstery is the ideal solution. Its the perfect way to revive a much loved piece without compromising on the comfort and style of the original design.
Re upholstery doesn't just mean recovering your furniture in the latest fabrics. Using the expertise of traditional craftsmen, Designer Upholstery will painstakingly strip back your furniture down to its original frame and bring out the unique features you first fell in love with.
This skill and attention to detail is particularly important when dealing with furniture If you have a comfortable recliner, a lovely deep buttoned suite, or a treasured family heirloom Designer Upholstery is the choice for you. This involves a complete overhaul of your favourite pieces of furniture and restores them to their former glory.
Re upholstery is the art of making old, worn furniture into a thing of beauty once again. A good Upholsterer will strip your furniture right down to the frame and, after a thorough inspection, repair springs, replace cushions and strengthen the frame to be like new again.
Most headlining used today in car, have a shaped board, with a layer of foam, and a layer of fabric either vinyl or valour, the reason headlining start to drop is that over time the foam disintegrates to a powder, causing the fabric to detach from the board.
Over the year we found that people the drive the car with the widows open are more prone for the headlining to drop sooner, than someone that drive with the air conditioner on, but will eventually drop, one client said he had taken his car to the car wash and then it dropped.
first remove the headlining board, remove all the lose foam and replace with a headlining valour and refit back into your car, as well as the headlining looking unsightly it can be dangerous, from partially covering the back window, to the headlining dropping on your head, causing distraction and annoyance, also a car with a lose headlining has to fix before you can obtain a road worthy certificate.
Most cars we only need the car for half a day, some of the larger vehicle can be longer, one of the first cars we did was a Mitsubishi Sigma back in 1986