It’s free with no obligation to hire
Hired 40 times
20 years in business
(Eastern Time Zone)
9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
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Jim refinished our chairs and they look BEAUTIFUL! And, he took them apart and glued them back together so they are as sturdy as they are pretty! Great work!May 18, 2014Verified
After years of looking for someone to repair the seats on my chairs, so pleased to have found Jim. Not only was the work outstanding he gave me an education on refinishing that I will use on future projects.Feb 18, 2018Verified
Jim performed an excellent job on my furniture. From his timely response, to his accurate pricing and quality craftsmanship. I would definitely use him again and highly recommend him to anyone in need of his services.Jun 4, 2018Verified
I had the cane replaced on the back of two dining room chairs and the cane repaired on another one. The finished products were beautiful. Jim also repaired and replaced all the loose screws on the chairs. The chairs are over 40 years old and now look brand new. It was a pleasure dealing with Jim and I would highly recommend him for any furniture repair/restoration project. Excellent work!Apr 30, 2017Verified
We were referred to Jim's Furniture Restoration by a local furniture expert, and Jim recaned an close to antique desk chair for us. We had been looking for a long time for someone to fix this chair for us, and we were very happy to find Jim. Jim took great care in appraising the chair and using the right materials, and he was very responsive time-wise. We thought his pricing was very reasonable, and plan to have another chair repaired by him.Sep 9, 2018
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I charge $4.00 per hole do replace hand woven caning. Count the number of holes around the perimeter of the caned area. I charge $6.00 per inch to replace prewoven or pressed caning. Measure the largest dimension of the caned area. I charge $7.00 per inch to replace rush. Measure the largest dimesnion of the rushed area. Materials are additional, usually $20-$25 for the average chair.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I show them photos and in some cases actual samples of my work. I refer them to my customer reviews so they can see what other clients think of the quality of my work. Finally, I provide them with an accurate estimate as to the cost and time necessary to complete the work.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have been doing caning and rushwork for about 35 years. I am self taught.