Furniture Refinishing | South Jersey, Delaware, Philadelphia Area- NJ, DE, PA
On most pieces of furniture, people interact primarily with the finish. It presents the wood to our sight and touch, inviting our fingers to trace along a carved edge and our eyes to drift over the surface of the wood. This is the aesthetic or decorative aspect of a finish, where it functions to enhance the innate features of the wood. The finish also functions as the first line of protection for the wood. The finish shields the furniture from moisture, stains, dirt, and other environmental elements which can degrade its appearance and function. A peeling, crackled, cloudy finish fails one or both of its functions. Refinishing, in general, renews both aspects with a clear, well-knit, attractive surface.
Refinishing Steps -Wood Finish
For many people, the quality of their older furniture cannot be equaled by the new furniture of today. The quality materials and craftsmanship of years past is difficult to replace, and if you do find new furniture that does meet those standards, it could cost 2 to 4 times more than refinishing. We have worked on historic items as well as ones just out of the packing crate. In addition to standard stain and lacquer finishes, we are fluent with painted finishes and employ an array of glazing, shading, and toning techniques to provide a full, rich appearance.
We proudly use Valspar Industrial Wood Finishes
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