A: No, the majority of our jobs are repairing these problems. We remove the cover and replace the damaged panel(s) with original matching fabric, leather or vinyl. Most jobs are under $100 and are generally completed the same day.
A: Yes, our industry is continually coming out with simulated
leather and suede products, which look and feel just like leather. Some of
these products actually last longer and wear better than actual leather.
A: The original headliner in your car had a foam backing when it
was installed at the factory. Age, heat and moisture all combine to
deteriorate the foam backing, causing the headliner to sag from the board.
The good news is that the fabric can be replaced in most cars to factory
condition again with same-day service. Sun visors can also be recovered.
A: Yes, because we do repair work for many auto dealerships, we have experience at many of the nuisance repairs, such as seats not sliding back and forth properly, foam rebuilding, re-padding, lumbar problems, etc."
A: There are a couple of answers for the dash problem. Velour and carpet dash covers are reasonable and cut down on
sun glare. Vacuum formed and painted permanent dashes are also available that replicate your cars original dash.
A: Many times we replicate the STYLE of the era, using modern fabrics. This keeps the cost lower than original upholstery prices. We can upgrade the looks of the car using newer styles as well. The newer nylon fabrics can go years without showing any wear.