Office Furniture Toronto: Reupholstering

Office Furniture Toronto: Reupholstering

Most who are aware of the Executive Furniture Rentals brand know of us as a purveyor of office furniture Toronto.  There’s a good reason for that: Office furniture Toronto, both as items to rent and as clearance sale material, is our bread and butter.  We do an excellent job supplying it, and that’s where we get a significant portion of our business.

However, we do more than just rent and sell office furniture Toronto.  We also provide home furniture solutions in both our rental and clearance sections.

Though renting is our primary mode, we also, as previously mentioned, offer clearance furniture.  This is high quality furniture that has been employed in home staging or movie sets, and which is now on sale at discounted prices.  If you decide to buy clearance furniture through Executive Furniture Rentals, you can rest assured that you’ll have excellent products, purchased at fair prices, that will last you for years to come.

Periodically, we give tips about how to maintain furniture that you may have bought with us or that you have acquired from elsewhere.  Some of these furniture maintenance tips include how to clean wood, leather, or upholstered furniture.  These tips are great for everyday upkeep, such as when a guest spills something on your couch.

However, other times, accidents will occur that will cause more major damage the upholstery on a piece of furniture.  A tear in the fabric is one such symptom.  In particularly severe cases, the best route might be to reupholster furniture.  This might sound like a bit of work—and, indeed, it is—but when you’re dealing with a high quality piece of office furniture Toronto, it might be worth the effort.  The link above points to an engaging article detailing how reupholstering high-quality office furniture Toronto—furniture that is constructed well, not simply designed well—can make considerable “cents” in the long run.

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By | 2010-10-11T14:12:52+00:00 October 11th, 2010|