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I can answer questions on disassembling and reassembling sofa's to fit through tight areas. I can also answer questions in regard to recovery/respringing/repair of upholstered goods and types of foam to use. I cannot answer questions in regard to leather products or fabrics and cleaning of such.
I have 30 years experience in reupholstery and repair of upholstered goods.
Chamber of Commerce
Appeared in Richmond Hill Era Banner for top upholsterer in 2004.
Finished trade school in Toronto at the age of 18 and worked designing furniture until I was 38 years old then I went into business for myself and have been self-employed for 15 years.
Trophy from Braemore Furniture for "Best Furniture Designer" in 1990's.
Lazyboy, Decorium, Rowe Furniture, Palliser, Urban Barn, Direct Buy and several others.
Every job is different and interesting at the same time. I recover old and new furniture which is rewarding to see the outcome of each piece. I take apart sofa's and place them in basements, bedrooms, etc. and put them back together and each time the look of amazement on the customer's faces is overwhelming.
I'm happy with what I'm doing in this field and will evently retire.
Most people didn't know that you could take an arm, back or cut a sofa completely in half and put it back together in the same condition, I do this service.
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I don't work in the United States but there is a company by the name of Sofa Doctor, I'm not sure if they are close to you or not. You will need someone who is expert enough to take it apart and put it
Yes, we do. You can check our website at www.craftmastercustomupholstery.ca and it gives you a map of our area of service. We do service the Toronto along with the surrounding areas North and East of
Margaret, if you are rewebbing the bottom you can put coil springs and in between the springs fill it with 6 - 8" foam, consistent with height of springs and if you think it is too delicate for that you
Becky, you need lots of help by the looks of your sofa. You need webbing like is shown on the back and you need a jute webbing stretcher to pull it tight so you can mount the coil spring straight onto
Marty: You would not be able to repair this yourself, it does take a person with the right training and tools. If you have a repair person in your area for vinyl and or leathers you could call them and