Refurbishing patio furniture may come across as a significantly daunting task – but it doesn’t have to be. Instead, choose to have an expert refinish your patio furniture. After the refinishing process, your patio furniture will look as good as new, at a fraction of what it would have cost to replace the set.
You’re able to refurbish multiple parts of outdoor furniture. More than likely, your seating area will be the first to show wear and tear. Both the fabric slings and vinyl strapping may weather before the paint. The sun, in addition to other elements, can damage straps through fading, discoloration, and brittleness. Additionally, chemicals (suntan lotion, chlorine, and cleaners) often result in damaged seating. If cleaning no longer fixes the appearance of your furniture, it may be time to consider getting your furniture refurbished.
You may also notice that other furniture parts will eventually require repair. Glides, located at the bottom of pool furniture legs, will wear over the course of time. Additionally, adjustment brackets on chaise lounges may break. Swivel mechanisms also require replacement after wear.
Brown Jordan, Woodard, Winston, Tropitone, Molla and Medallion are the manufacturers who we see the most. We have thousands of parts in stock which are so hard to find.
Any type of holes or chips in the furniture frame can be addressed and repainted. Any rusted or broken bolts or nuts can be replaced, and frames can be re-welded for added support.
Essentially, all components of your patio furniture can be refinished – saving you money. Contact the experts at The Southern Company today for a free estimate.