These black collar back cane chairs were done well over a year ago. We were unaware that they were going to be positioned in direct outdoor sun. The polish we used was furniture grade but not UV stable. In the interest of good relations and to uphold our great reputation, we redid the chairs even though the warranty had expired and the application was not fit for purpose. The motivation here is customer and reputation rather than just keeping the peace. We know the chairs will function very well from this point forward and at no additional cost to the client.
Sally had a loss. Among the damaged pieces was this old handmade cupboard done by her beloved grandfather. “Yes, it needs restoring but please please please don’t take away the look and feel that my grandfather gave me before he passed.”
Well, it’s different for our guys to try and leave all the things that they are so used to fixing but here we are! A completed job, sealed and set up for many years to come, looking just the way granddad intended.
We recently restored Sarah’s beautiful Parker Buffet. It came up a treat! Here’s what she had to say…
“I just wanted to let you know how thrilled we are with the wonderful restoration of our parker buffet. It originally belonged to my parents, and I remember how proud they were of it when it was originally purchased in the 70’s – and now it looks like it did when it was new! It will be a wonderful reminder of my parents and our happy home.”
Updated: September 18, 2017
Here are progress shots. As soon as they’re installed down on the Gold Coast, we’ll send you some pictures!
Updated: September 13, 2017
Striped timber and joinery has begun.
September 4, 2017
This is where it all begins. Second-hand materials for some good old-fashioned barn doors.