Commercial Upholstery

For all your Commercial Upholstery needs!

Commercial upholstery takes up so many different areas such as these:

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Restaurants

Hotels

Churches

Theaters

Offices

Hospitals & Nursing Homes

MSUTrucking Companies

Airplanes

Farm Machinery

Gym Equipment

Excavating Equipment

Salon & Barber Seating

Large / Custom Tents

And More ……………….

Commercial grade materials stand up a lot better than your usual residential fabrics because they have to.img_0968-300x225_f_improf_300x225  The customers of a business/school tend to get in and out of their the seats more often.  Which means the fabric has a greater chance of breaking down a lot faster.  Plus, these materials are fairly low cost because the customer usually doesn’t need one or two yards they need ten to a hundred yards.  Which makes the mills produce more of these fabrics in large quantities.  These can be used in residential homes yet they don’t usually have much of a pattern to them.  They are usually solid colors which makes them cheaper to produce.

MidMichigan

Owner and Operator of Mid Michigan Upholstery

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