Do you need your sofa to have a nice new look for a remodeled room, or is your loveseat in need of a face lift? Whatever the case, you’ve come to the right place! Are you tired of getting in your car or truck and seeing tears in the car seat? You know, the wear marks running along the side. Are you using duct tape to cover up the cracks in your motorcycle or ATV seats? Is the stuffing coming out at the seams?
Interior Upholstery is Fairbanks’ premier place for reupholstering your furniture, auto, marine, heavy equipment, or aircraft? We can reupholster sofas, hide-a-bed, loveseats, recliners, automobile seats, create custom boat tops, and even install antique or muscle car kits. We’ll turn things around to make your furniture or auto and marine look like new! See our gallery of before and after images, below.
Interior Upholstery also makes customized boat tops. With the measurements in hand, we will build a boat top specific to your plans and expectations. Using our own equipment, we will bend the bows to the right angles, do all of the installation, and make sure that it looks as good as you envisioned. Check out our gallery of before and after images, below.
We love to give people a time frame right up front about how long a project will take. Generally speaking, it will depend on a number of factors:
- What the queue is (how long of a wait before we even get to it).
- What the job is (what we’ll actually have to do).
- How big the job is (how much of it we’ll be installing).
As you can see, this can give cause for a wide variety in turnaround. We promise to do your work right the first time—that’s what we aim to do. You can expect a couple of days to maybe a week or so, depending on the circumstances and size of the project.
Generally speaking, we charge $60 an hour—and have been for a long time. We have a one hour minimum for the work we do, and that’s beside any special request costs. We’ll be sure to give you an estimate beforehand, and keep you posted if there are any changes.
Feel free to contact us for more information.
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