Bring your tired fur­ni­ture back to life

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Have you been hunt­ing for new fur­ni­ture be­cause it’s time for a change, or re­ally like your fur­ni­ture’s orig­i­nal style and can’t get an up­dated ver­sion any­where?

If so, don’t give up on your tired old fur­ni­ture just yet – read on!

New Zealand-made or older-style fur­ni­ture is much bet­ter made than cheap im­ports, so giv­ing your ex­ist­ing fur­ni­ture a new lease of life in­stead of opt­ing for low-price new fur­ni­ture is ac­tu­ally a smart op­tion.

Con­tact Bruce Withers Up­hol­stery for ad­vice on the price op­tions and huge choice for re­cov­er­ing, re­plac­ing foam, springs and web­bing, or fram­ing re­pairs.

Maybe your sofa and chairs are get­ting un­com­fort­able be­cause of sag­ging – per­haps you sink right down into them and have dif­fi­culty get­ting out.

Bruce Withers can solve any seat­ing is­sue quickly and eas­ily.

The ex­pe­ri­enced team has seen all fur­ni­ture prob­lems and knows the best op­tions for all kinds of tired furni- ture.

Sun-faded out­door fur­ni­ture or indoor win­dow squabs can eas­ily be re­placed with fresh new fab­ric that will give them an im­me­di­ate lift.

Has your dar­ling dog or cat dam­aged your good leather or fab­ric fur­ni­ture? Don’t despair, you do have op­tions to re­pair and/or re­place those dam­aged leather pan­els.

How­ever, fab­ric fur­ni­ture would need to be re­cov­ered.

Chil­dren been us­ing your fur­ni­ture as a tram­po­line? No prob­lem, the Bruce Withers team can re­place bro­ken fram­ing, stretched web­bing or com­pressed foam.

Plan­ning to mod­ernise your boat or car­a­van for the sum­mer hol­i­days? Dis­cuss your needs with them and get quotes on fabrics and work.

Many peo­ple find their car’s failed its war­rant of fit­ness be­cause of some sag­ging rooflining. If this is the case it’s eas­ily fixed so that your car will fly through its WOF.

The ex­pe­ri­enced trades­men at Bruce Withers Up­hol­stery can also im­prove your car’s ap­pear­ance and re­sale value by re­plac­ing head­lin­ing, worn leather seats or door pan­els.

Fur­ni­ture restora­tion: Les at work re­pair­ing a chair.

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