Our upholstery shop does this repair work only over the winter months, and we usually fill up for the current upholstery season before we ring in the new year.
Every piece of upholstery requires a deposit at drop-off (see below for deposit amounts.) Once materials are ordered, the deposit is no longer refundable.
Any pieces taken in after our "full" threshold will be put on standby and completion by Spring cannot be guaranteed. Deposits will still be required and, again, not refundable after materials are ordered. If work is not complete this season, it will be completed in the next.
Boat Interiors/Seat Repair
Custom interiors can completely change the look of your pontoon or boat.
We can fix a single ripped, torn or cracked cushion...or completely renovate the entire interior of your boat with extensive upholstery work or totally new seating.
We use only top-of-the-line, marine grade vinyl and we have hundreds of material samples to choose from in our shop. If you are in need of an exact match to a color and/or texture, 99% of the time we can find it for you.
We are also able to provide quality, factory direct watercraft seating in any layout you want, with many pieces in stock for viewing.
If you're wondering about pricing for your particular job, use the *REQUEST A QUOTE* form located at the bottom or top of this page - be sure to include as many photos as needed to illustrate; you can attach them right to the form.
All of our work is billed time and materials after completion so each job varies, but we can give you a really good idea of cost if given good photos along with information about the condition of the seat and the work you need done. We will get back to you with the requested information within 2 weeks, however at some times of the year it can take longer.
FROM BEGINNING TO END...
Upholstery work is extremely labor intensive and requires a skilled patterner/sewer to complete. Each piece we re-vinyl is disassembled and de-seamed. The old vinyl pieces are then numbered, steamed flat and used to create the pattern on the new vinyl. Those pieces are cut out and marked for sewing, carefully assembled and sewn together, any old foam we can reuse is steamed (or new foam is patterned and cut), a new poly-vinyl layer is placed and the skin is installed on the the foam and base. Once that is done the new skin can be carefully stapled into place, a job that takes experience and skill to do properly.
Whether your piece is complex, with curving lines and 6 colors or a simple rectangle cushion with one color - we can re-vinyl it for you.
Yes, our technicians are EXTREMELY experienced and skilled - but our customer service is also top of the line! From tracking the progress of your work order, to keeping vinyl samples from any piece we do on-file for each customer. We can answer your questions and ensure that if more pieces need to be done in the future, the match to existing vinyl is perfect.
This cushion is one of the smaller from the above job - but to create this skin, the staples were pulled from the old, each seam was carefully taken apart to preserve the shape and size of the vinyl, the pieces were steamed flat and 6 individual pieces of vinyl were patterned, cut out and sewn together...then it moved on to the finishing stages where the old foam (this foam was in good shape so we were able to reuse it) was steamed, a new layer of polyfoam was added (the topper for foam under vinyl) and the skin was stapled on to the base, along with the backing.
This small piece alone took 3.5 hours...but it is done perfectly, with the best marine grade vinyl and thread on the market and skill and expertise. With this kind of quality, you can be assured that with proper care it will last for decades!
We work to the highest standards industry-wide, so we are not the place to call if you are looking for "the cheapest option available", however we can discuss ways to save small amounts of time and materials per job such as leaving out a stripe of color or handmade pin on a cushion.
All of our billing is based on time and materials used. Our shop rate for all upholstery is $90/hr and even the most basic, small job will take at least 2.5 hrs. To re-skin a standard, single colored, medium marine cushion (2 yards of vinyl) will cost around $300. This for a cushion with no other work needed, including wood, extra colors, detail work such as handmade pin, hardware repair or foam replacement.
What you will get from us is a top-of-the-line seat repair, with top-of-the-line materials, done by technicians with years of experience. You'll get this level of service from us every time we do work for you.
*****DEPOSIT REQUIRED AT DROP OFF*****
Individual Cushions/Sundeck - $150 each.
Captain's Chair/Full Boat Seat - $250 each.