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  • What is furniture upholstery?
    Upholstery is the material that makes up a piece of furniture: the fabric, padding, springs and the rest of the support system. Upholstering—or more technically considered, reupholstering—is the act of tearing down and removing these materials to ensure the end product not only looks better, but is stronger and more durable.
  • What areas do you service?
    While we are out of the Wayzata-Lakes area, we do upholstery in Minneapolis, St. Paul and the surrounding suburbs. We are now offering our upholstery services to the Brainerd-Lakes area as well!
  • Can I supply my own fabric?
    Yes! We are currently one of the only upholstery shops in Minneapolis that allows you to supply your own fabric, but we do not warrantee nor guarantee your fabric for wearability, flaws or appropriateness for the piece you are hoping to upholster. Please note: We do have a Customer Own Material (COM) cutting charge for supplying your own fabric.
  • How long does upholstering take?
    All of our estimates are on a custom basis and can vary, although we typically estimate 4-6 weeks. In some cases, we can accommodate a rushed service if you're working within a specific timeframe.
  • Do you do auto or boat upholstery?
    At the moment we do not offer auto or boat upholstery, although we do have great recommendations that we can offer you. Please feel free to call or email us with any further questions.
  • Is furniture upholstery worth it or should I buy new?
    If your furniture's frame still has good bones (meaning it's made from solid wood) and is not damaged or broken, then yes, upholstery is typically worth it. On average, today's retail furniture has a lifespan of 5 years, whereas a reupholstered piece can last for 10-20 years. If you're still not sure, contact us and we can help you determine whether it's worth the investment.
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