Furniture Refinishing & Restoration
The Essence of Refined Craftsmanship
Furniture refinishing is a process tried by many, but refined by only a few. The difference between an amateur finish and a true craftsman-quality finish can be astounding, and the experts at Finish Pros have mastered techniques that can turn even an ordinary piece into a "show-stopper". Before beginning the refinishing process, we take into account a careful evaluation of each piece in order to determine what kind of finish will be most appropriate. Whether we are dealing with true antiques or even common, contemporary pieces, we always deliver heirloom quality restoration to our customers.
We never rush a piece. While making sure that our turn-around time on each piece is swift and reasonable, we have collectively made the conscious decision to avoid lazy shortcuts that result in average finishes. Even preliminary refinishing tasks such as stripping the piece and sanding it are given an extreme attention to detail. Each stage of the Raleigh furniture refinishing process is important, and if they are all given true focus, the combined result is sure to be great.
In order for a a craftsman to appropriately refinish a piece of furniture, he must have a broad knowledge of furniture itself. Our furniture restoration specialists have extensive knowledge of antique and contemporary furniture. Should you feel your item might be unique, we have an on-staff certified appraiser (Accredited International Society of Appraisers) who can help you.
Furniture Repair and Touch-Up
If you have a piece of furniture that has been damaged, don't despair! Our craftsmen have attended classes at the Winterthur Museum and have decades of shop experience.
- Free pick up/delivery
- Reasonable turn-around time (generally two to three weeks)
- Expert analysis of each piece in order to determine the correct finish
- Finishes created from only the finest finishing products
- Repairing fire and water damaged surfaces
- Restoration of antiques and heirlooms
- Repairing broken joints
- Refinishing veneered and inlaid surfaces