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We do many different types of upholstery, commercial, recreational, marine, residential, and whatever special projects you can think of. If it is fabric, we usually do it. We don’t usually deal with garments unless it is some type of safety gear. Tears, rips, cracks, or just plain dry rotted we can probably fix your project. Specialty covers are popular for your marine or farm equipment. We have custom fit many of these so if the cover is looking a little old it might be time for a new cover.
Commercial projects are fairly common for us. Whether it be for your restaurant booth seats to covers for the pads that semi truckers might back up into in your docking bay we have done those as well. We have several material books with commercial grade materials that can take repeated abuse. Such as booth seats where people are always getting in and out of them on a regular daily occasion.
Marine projects such as boat seats, covers, or specialty made covers. These projects happen all the time because of animals, weather, or just plain time affects these projects. Covers start to see dry rot usually around the 15–20-year period. Sometimes they last less time because they were made from lesser grade materials. The canvas or vinyl that we use usually have an eight to ten-year warranty. You can use lesser grade materials, but we do not recommend it because you will see us again in a couple years later. Warranties don’t cover acts of God such as animals, destructive weather, fire, or any other act of God something that can’t be controlled. In most cases, covers come back because of animals especially rodents that can drop from tree limbs. Land on your cover then eat through your cover. There isn’t much you can do in this type of situation except patching the hole. Boat interiors like carpet can be redone as well. This is not a cheap fix because there is so much labor involved with laying carpet down in a boat or pontoon. If you do good quality work like the images above. You get quality results from the work that you pay for.