Furniture Fix

Furniture Fix provides fully professional repair of domestic and commercial furniture. Often repair is vastly more economical than replacement, but is regularly overlooked as an option. So, if you’re unsure about whether to repair or replace your furniture, or would just like a quote or some advice, please get in touch.

We are based right here in Stow, and serve the Scottish Borders, Lothians and Edinburgh areas.

Furniture Fix estimates are free and carry no obligation, so there really is nothing to lose. Call now on 01578 730391, or (mobile) 07880 740 239, or if you prefer, e-mail us rochesterp@btinternet.com.

Have you been thinking about replacing damaged furniture? You could save yourself a lot of money by having it repaired or restored. We are fully trained in leather, wood and upholstery repairs. We carry out repairs at your home or business premises, or items can be taken into the workshop.

Have you redecorated a room recently? Does your old furniture not fit in as well as you expected? Or does it look a bit worn and faded in comparison to the new pieces that you have bought recently? You could consider recolouring fixtures and fittings and recovering the furniture that you already have.

Is your office or reception area giving the wrong impression of your business? We can transform the uphostery, and repair the chips, dents, scratches, faded fabric and water damage. If you have a comfy favourite chair – why get rid of it just because it is getting worn or needs reupholstered?

Accidents happen!! Furniture Fix can sort out all sorts of accidental damage – call us early to minimise risk from staining from spillages.

Leather furniture is very fashionable. We can repair damage to new furniture – replace buttons – refill cushions – recolour scuffed or damaged areas – even repair rips. We also repair plastic and laminated surfaces – so you may not need to spend on those new kitchen surfaces after all!

Furniture Fix – THE furniture repair specialists.
Call now on 01578 730391 / (mobile) 07880 740 239

What our customers have said…

“Very pleased with work done – First Class” Mrs S, Edinburgh
“Reliable, courteous – and the chest looks lovely” M. Clark, Edinburgh
“Completely satisfied with work done, and commitment and skill shown” Mrs M, Edinburgh
“Delighted with everything” M. Nelson, West Linton
“First class – prompt service” A. Reid, Edinburgh

Paul Rochester, Proprietor

5 Responses

  1. Gerald Barlow April 28, 2015 at 9:11 am | | Reply

    I live at Kirkhouse Steading, Traquair, Innerleithen.
    I have an upright ‘country chippendale’ style wooden chair, with a removeable seat. The seat needs re-upholstering, and also needs two blocks inserting on the rear legs for the seat to rest on. There are existing blocks at the front, but because there are none at the rear the seat tends to fall through when anyone sits on it!
    So two jobs – re-upholstering the seat, and reinforcing its support.

    Are these jobs you could do?
    How would I enable you to look at the chair – here or at your workshop?
    Could you provide a selection of fabrics to choose from?
    Could you do an estimate?

  2. John Selkirk August 13, 2015 at 3:50 pm | | Reply

    Dear Sirs,
    I have move home recently and the removers caused some damage to the arm of a Sofa . I have put a claim in throughout the Removals Insurers who have asked me to get a couple of quotes for the repair.
    The damage is a 1 inch tear on the front of the right arm. The Sofa is a suede leather sofa purchased around 7 years ago and we wondered if you could help with a quote please.

    Thanks and regards
    John Selkirk

  3. Graham Philip January 19, 2016 at 6:37 pm | | Reply

    We have fixed seating and would like to price recovering them thank you

  4. Brian Cleghorn November 21, 2016 at 5:12 pm | | Reply

    My leather sofa has a large crease on front panel can you fix it please and how much would it cost

  5. Collette Thomson August 27, 2018 at 11:19 am | | Reply

    I am based in Edinburgh. I have a leather corner sofa with metal feet. Unfortunately someone sat down too heavily and the leg sheared off. We have tried to reattach ourselves but there seems to be damage to the wooded rail within the sofa which the foot attaches to. Is this something you can help with?

    Many thanks

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