Being in the furniture industry for over 30 years, I have see my share of floor damage. I've seen scuffs and scratches on new floors, as well as old floors that tons of wear. One has always remained the same... it always turns into a big deal. Many times, a scratch will occur during the … Continue reading Hardwood floor “Touch-up” vs. Refinishing
With an average of 7500 hits per month since 2012, this is the most viewed article about power recliner issues on the internet for a good reason; the information is good and helpful. Power recliners have become very popular. Most retailers have them on the floor in various shapes and sizes, and most share the … Continue reading Troubleshooting Power Recliners
I receive many calls each week from consumers who complain that the rug they have purchased continues to "shed". Some have even said that they have filled up their vacuum several time with this "fuzz" and wonder if they will have any carpet left in a few more months. The first thing I usually ask … Continue reading Is your rug losing it’s wool?
Search no further for an article that will answer all your questions about the elusive powder post beetle and its relationship to furniture. Have you ever seen tiny pin holes in your furniture? Ones that just appear for some reason. Collecting directly under the holes you will see a very neat pile of fine sawdust … Continue reading The Powder Post Beetle
If your doors aren't level and you have adjustable hinges, then you're in luck. Here is a one minute video that describes how the typical euro-hinge can be adjusted, but first make sure that your piece is sitting level. Most floors are not perfectly level and require the levelers on the bottom of the feet … Continue reading Unlevel Door Fix