In today’s disposable society it can seem like we are constantly getting new things, but for many wooden furniture and heirlooms can become part of family tradition. Not only that, but older wooden pieces are often much better quality and repairing them correctly can keep their value intact. This can also include items like interior wood doors.
When repairing furniture, I take the approach that each piece is unique and restoration is not just a process, but an artistic ability that when done properly adds depth and dimension to the piece.
Because I view each job as an important endeavor, I place a high emphasis on quality and craftsmanship. I have been repairing furniture for close to two decades now, and in that time I’ve prided myself as this being not just being a job to be done, but as an opportunity to show how much artistry is involved in the craft of repair. I understand the sentimental value of furniture and work to keep those pieces intact for future generations of your family. I’ve found jobs which have been considered “unfixable” by others can often be done with patience and an artistic eye.
There is something to seeing the wooden furniture as it should be and honoring that original piece. It takes patience and skill to restore and repair those pieces.
Many times customers will try to repair their furniture themselves or take a shortcut. These repairs can detract from the overall value of the furniture and can lead to stability issues later on. Trusting a professional with your furniture is the best thing you can do to preserve it's vitality and history.