Leather Upholstery Recovering and Foam Replacement
The Leather Doctors specialise, and are highly skilled in all aspects of furniture repairs including:
- leather recovering for lounges, ottomans and cushions,
- mechanism repairs,
- timber frame repairs,
- suspension repairs,
- component replacements,
- trigger replacements in electric and manual recliners,
- button replacement, and
- stitching issues.
There are two areas that typically fall under the specialist area of leather repairs:
Panel replacement offers an excellent alternative when a full re-upholster is too expensive to undertake or when damage to leather cannot be repaired. Leather Doctors are highly skilled in matching the colour of your leather to new panels, allowing them to replace specific sections of your furniture, without it standing out from the other panels. It can often work out to be a cost effective solution, helping you to save money on extensive repairs or purchasing new furniture.
Like your leather, over time, the inner foam and mechanics of furniture can also deteriorate, thus losing support, shape and comfort. By replacing foam and ensuring it it installed in a way that suits your furniture, you can help prevent the leather and fabrics covering the furniture from stretching and flexing excessively, which can result in sagging and bulk, and ultimately, an uncomfortable piece of furniture to sit on.
The Leather Doctors extensive and ongoing training ensures they are qualified in assessing the configuration of furniture and are able to remove leather coverings, without damage, to access the internal mechanics of the furniture in need of repair.
Whilst most internal furniture repairs and foam replacements can typically be conducted where the furniture resides (ie – in your home or office), some jobs may need to be conducted off site (depending on the size or shape of the furniture). Materials are supplied by a select few high quality Australian manufacturers to ensure the highest quality finish and longevity in the repair work.
Leather Doctors are able to recover and repair an array of furniture, to include lounges, recliners, ottomans, chairs, bed heads… the list goes on!
If you have leather furniture that is in need of internal repair, foam replacement or panel recolouring, contact your local Leather Doctor today.