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Pittsburgh Antique Furniture Restorers

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  • 18 years in business
  • 26 hires on Thumbtack
Irena C.
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I know Cliff and use his services for the last 10 years. As a single woman I periodically end up in disaster that needs emergency intervention. I always count on Cliff and I know he will do his possible best and super job. He did electrical job for my basement and garage, fixed plumbing and leakage in the bathroom, fixed number of kitchen and laundry room problems, compose furniture, assemble and put on shelves on the walls, completely replaced outdated and broken light pol on a front yard of my house. Besides great job and high quality to his work, he is an "old school" in his working ethics of discipline and responsibility. Rear quality in our days! I recommend him to my friends, family members and even my employer without any reservations and everybody were very satisfied. Hire Cliff you will get 5 star quality service! Irena C. (Whitehall)

Bill Dunham
5.0
from 16 reviews
  • 18 hires on Thumbtack
Margo L.
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Excellent work and work ethic. Bill was hired to assemble and install furniture. He did a fabulous job and was able to resolve a few issues that came up due to the age of our house. Would highly recommend him and will be using his handyman skills down the road.

  • 59 years in business
  • 37 hires on Thumbtack
Matthew P.
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Contacted Designers Furniture to have a custom farmbouse table built. After reviewing several designs with the owner, found one that myself and wife liked. And Jerry (owner) knocked it out of the park. From the staying in contact with us throughout the process, to the finished product (perfect rustic look, good, SOLID, sturdy finished product), our experience was outstanding. I was worried about the tight deadline we gave Jerry due to some unforeseen circumstances, but he met our timeframe with a great product! i will continue to do business with Designers in the future. Great experience, highly recommend!

  • 7 years in business
  • 14 hires on Thumbtack
Gary S.
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Matt was a great handyman and helped with a number of more complex projects including repairing tile in the bathroom, calking the tub, grouting the bricks outside and repairing our window above the kitchen sink, refinishing our front door and several other projects. We were very happy with him.

John Bear Woodworking
5.0
from 6 reviews
  • 3 hires on Thumbtack
Timothy L.
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John Bear Woodworking made a kitchen utility shelf for me and I couldn't have been happier with how it turned out. It was exactly what I requested, made quickly, was affordable and stained and finished beautifully. Highly recommended and I look forward to getting more custom furniture made in the future!

  • 23 years in business
Scott M.
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Residential Rescue did some soffit and other house maintenance for me in my absence. Mr. Johnston was professional and polite. Performed the work within the time frame and even removed some furniture before our next tenant moved in. Outside of pointing out all the problems with our house we can't afford to fix yet I have nothing bad to say.

Woodenearth
5.0
from 3 reviews
  • 16 years in business
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
John M.
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I contracted Woodenearth to design & construct & finish a custom closet with a distressd antique white finish at great price & high quality materials , fabulous installation in quick turnover time thanks!!!!!

Steven's Contracting
5.0
from 1 review
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Chris L.
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Steven was very professional. I call him last minute said he would call back in two hours. He called right back and drove over an hour to assist me. Very courteous and punctual. He moved two pieces of furniture for me and removed an additional two pieces I want to get rid of. Would strongly recommend.

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We take pride in handcrafting every piece of our furniture with only the highest quality materials. Our email is- woodworking545yahoo.com

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The services we offer are as follows: * Framing * Drywall hanging * Finishing * Painting * Window installations * Doors * Cabinetry * Plumbing

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I have refinished lots of furniture, mostly antiques. I can refinish any kind of wood product but I think it's only best for people who have a personal attachment for refinishing otherwise it might be too costly.

  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
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I provide In-Home repairs on Upholstered and Leather Furniture. I also repair Recliners. I have over 20 years experience in saving broken or uncomfortable furniture. In many cases, I can save you money by making your current furniture usable, or comfortable again. Give me a call before you shop to replace your furniture! When sending requests for quotes, please be as detailed as possible with the description of repairs needed. Without knowing enough detail, I may have to pass on the repair. I am not available for furniture assembly

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I provide complete painting service. I have 30 years of experience. I do power washing (interior and exterior) and deck restoration. I specialize in aluminum and awning refinishing.

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The last restoration expert in Pittsburgh specializing in Churche,landmark,and old mansions.

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We take the time to make sure the item we are working on is done in a matter that will add value for the owner

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We build, design, finish and install residential and commercial custom furniture. We do antique repairs, restoration, refinishing and reproductions. We also do custom sectionals, chaise lounges, window seating and custom finishing.

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The part of the job that is most exciting is seeing people's look of satisfaction on their faces when they see the finished product.

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Let me make that great wood floor beautiful again. I will come to your home, seal off the area to be work in, remove the offending previous mess of a paint job/stain/vinyl floor/bad taste that the previous owner left on your hardwood floor, bag it up in hefty garbage bags, and remove it. That's step one. Then for step two, I will complete the removal of the said nastiness from your soon-to-be-lovely floors using the tools at my disposal. Note: I do not use bad chemicals on your floors or in your home. I never use them in mine; why would I use them in yours? If I use paint removal compounds, they are strictly "green" and government approved to be so. Next, my favorite part - sanding. This is where my sealing off the work area really pays off for your home. It is also where I don the ventilator mask and eye safety protection mask that my kids tell me makes me look like a bug. But sanding is the first real step, to me, to seeing the character and warmth in your floors that new floors and laminates just can't hope to duplicate. Ahh, I love my work. The wood gets four coats of sandings - coarse, medium, fine, and steel lamb's wool - before I even think about staining. After I stain, the floor gets another rubdown with steel lamb's wool, just to make it silky to the touch, and if it needs a touch-up with the stain, it gets one. Next stop, staining. Lots of people with pine floors don't want to stain, which leads the wood to get a nice, warm, reddish glow over the years. It does, however, make the floor harder to keep clean [natch] over the years. My floors are pine (my house is over a hundred years old), and my husband preferred an oak stain. I scratched my head, but I went for it. I have to admit that it looks great. So, score one for the husband. There's a lot of debate currently on whether or not to seal wood floors. I will do this if you want me to, but personally, I'm against it. Floors that are sealed up are, I've found to my sorrow, floors that dry up and can crack. You are much better off not sealing the floor, but brooming the dust off of it weekly, or swiffling it weekly. Once a year, rub it down with (brace yourselves) olive oil. Yep, good old-fashioned olive oil, with maybe some lemon oil mixed in for fragrance, will do your wood good. Forget the expensive, fancy-schmancy stuff you can buy online. Olive oil - that's the ticket. I go for the natural treatments of wood, and of other things, as much as possible, not only because it's the best for the living things in the household, but because it works best. I don't give price estimates online, because I like to see what I'm working with first. What I do is refinish a free twenty-by-twenty-inch area of your floor for free. Gratis. Nada. You pay nothing. Ever. I like to see what I'm buying, and I like to treat the customer like I'd want to be treated. That is my way to giving an estimate. If you like what I do, I'll finish the floor. If you don't, we part friends. I hope to hear from you soon. Let's get that floor of yours looking good and feeling great under your bare toes. Suze

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We specialize in rustic wood furniture. We also tear down old barns and use the wood for furniture and crafts.

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Full-service and award winning renovation and restoration contractors serving homeowners and businesses in the Upper Ohio Valley

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I do furniture restoration and wood finishing. I work on antique furniture and new furniture. I do repairs and re-glue. I provide custom color matching. I handle anything that is wood (with the exception of wood flooring). I have 23 years of experience. I offer excellent pricing.

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