Domestic Upholstery Services
Upholsterers of sofas, dining chairs, bedroom furniture and more.
Why buy new furniture, spending lots of time and hard earned money trying to find the perfect piece, when you can have your current settees, ottomans, scatter cushions and conservatory furniture repaired or restored at a fraction of the price.
Save money on buying new furniture with re-upholstery!
Our time served craftsmen carry out repairs to your furniture including re-covering, re-springing of chairs and sofas, antique furniture restoration and foam replacement. We also stock a wide range of leather and fabrics with samples available on request, ensuring you find the perfect material for your piece of furniture.
Whether you’re looking for sofa re-upholstery, dining chair coverings, furniture restoration, vehicle trimming or Caravan and Canal Boat upholstery we can help. We work within the Manchester, Lancashire and Cheshire areas.
If your sofa is showing signs of wear and tear, buying a new sofa isn’t the only option; you could consider having it re-upholstered.
Re-upholstering your old furniture has many benefits than buying something completely new. For example, you know that the piece of furniture is going to fit your room size; you have an enormous choice of fabric to choose from; you are recycling; and you will own a unique piece of furniture!
Sam. Alex. Building
A large construction company approached us from Manchester to upholster the seats in 4 lecture theatres for their restoration project of the Samuel Alexander Building for the University of Manchester. The Grade II listed building houses the School of Arts, Languages and Cultures for the University of Manchester. After the building had not been used… Read MoreRead More
As of the New Year, we will be manufacturing our own fixed seating! As well as having all the tools, gadgets and machinery; we also have our own qualified Joiner on our team who will be taking care of all areas of our Fixed Seating. We offer a range of bespoke Fixed Seating (or Banquette… Read MoreRead More