5 Reasons Why Re-Upholstery in Scotland is Worth it!
For too long, we have lived in a consumerist society in which, when something looked past its best, we simply went out and bought a replacement. The old piece of furniture ended up at the landfill.
But, there is something unique about getting a piece of upholstered furniture re-covered and there are many benefits too…
#1 The frame is in great shape, but the fabric isn't
Some items of furniture are made to a high standard but, no matter how well you look after it, after many years of use, the fabric becomes worn, tired and possibly damaged too.
For a fraction of the cost of a new piece of furniture, you could have it re-upholstered. And if there is a need for repairs to the frame or springs or the seat padding replaced, we can do that too.
#2 Create something completely unique
When you buy a piece of upholstered furniture, whether it is a sofa or a traditional winged armchair, it comes in a choice of colours and possibly patterns too. And this means that the next customer could choose the same, or someone else could buy a similar sofa in the same fabric.
Don't you want to be individual? You can be when you choose our re-upholstery service in Scotland. You can choose from a range of 100s, if not thousands of fabrics, colours and patterns, creating something that is truly unique.
#3 Environmentally friendly
For a while, it became 'the thing' to be environmentally friendly. From recycling all your packaging to committing to reducing your carbon footprint, re-upholsterers have been environmentally friendly long before it became a trend or a fad.
For us, it is a way of life. With new seat padding and only a few minor repairs, along with a modern and pleasant upholstery fabric, we have saved countless sofas, footstools, armchairs, headboards and more from ending up in the landfill when they really didn't need to be there.
#4 Cost efficient
If you need any more convincing, let us finish by telling you how cost-efficient re-upholstery in Scotland actually is. It may mean living without your sofa for a day or two, but at least you are not waiting eight weeks or more as some high street retailers will tell. And, it is a far more cost-efficient process than buying new.
And to top it all off, you get to keep the comfy, familiar and beautiful upholstered item that you have always loved - with a new layer of modern, fresh and vibrant upholstery.