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Furniture Upholstery in Schenectady
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A Izzo's Auto Seat Covers - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 346-8904
Armando's Re-Upholstering - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 374-0320
Chet's Floor Covering - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 464-1558
Hines Upholstery - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 346-5936
Larry's Reupholstering Shop - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 377-4559
Michael's Upholstery - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 356-7933
Modern Times Upholstery & Repair - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 355-5800
Ray's Upholstery - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 393-5927
Rose Family Upholsterers - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 372-5729
Upholstery Plus - Schenectady, NY - Phone: (518) 382-8289
Helpful Definition for: Furniture Upholstery
Furniture upholstery in Schenectady refers to the work of providing furniture, especially seats, with padding, springs, webbing, and fabric or leather covers. Furniture upholstery is applicable to domestic furniture and also to vehicles, like- automobiles, airplanes and boats.
Upholstery of domestic furniture, such as bed, sofa, chair or ottoman, may be grouped into four categories: the frame (usually wooden) on which the upholstery is to be constructed; the spring system; the cushioning or padding; and the final fabric or leather covering. While automobile upholstery involves production of soft furnishings, carpets, soft tops and roof linings often as per the customer’s specifications.
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