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    Office Furniture & Equipment Refinishing & Repair in Lawrenceville

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    Business Listing   Atlanta Handyman Group - Lawrenceville, GA - Phone: (770) 978-6266

    Business Listing   Handyman Connection - Lawrenceville, GA - Phone: (770) 717-1314

    Business Listing   Wildlife Taxidermy Inc - Lawrenceville, GA - Phone: (770) 963-8000

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    Helpful Definition for: Office Furniture & Equipment Refinishing & Repair

    Office furniture and equipment refinishing and repair services are available in Lawrenceville. An office uses a wide variety of furniture and equipment. This includes chairs, tables, cubicle divisions, partitions, sofas, conference hall tables, workstation computers and other machinery. These can be made of wood, plastic, steel and other materials. They are subject to wear and tear and therefore can look quite ragged after a while. Refinishers restore the original appearance of the furniture, by services such as wood staining, reupholstering, changing the fabric over the furniture, and repainting. Repair services for malfunctioning or broken items can also be obtained in Lawrenceville. Both of these are carried out by experienced, skilful technicians.

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