Alecia's Furniture Refinishing began in 1979 as a small part-time business. It has now grown to be the largest furniture refinishing and restoration company in Tulare, Kings, & Fresno Counties.
Service Areas: Our clients reach from Lebec to Modesto, and from and Morro Bay to Sequoia National Park. We will also now be serving customers in the Central California coastal communities from Pismo Beach to San Simeon. You will find that our services, prices, and expertise will meet your expectations.
Insurance companies, fire and water restoration companies, furniture manufactures, and moving and storage companies all call us for their inspections and damage repair. We assist them with relocation damage, delivery damage, as well as fire and water damage. For the past 31 years, we have been doing inspections on relocation damage at Lemoore Naval Air Station.
We specialize in all aspects of furniture refinishing and restoration and our customer service is second to none.
Alecia's is one of the experts featured in Redfin’s recent article: “Reupholstering and Refinishing Old Furniture: 10 Helpful Tips From the Experts”
Maybe you’re looking to freshen up your home’s interior design but don’t have the budget to splurge on all new furniture. Or maybe you have outdated furniture stowed away in the garage, and you’re looking for a weekend DIY project. Whatever it may be, reupholstering or refinishing old furniture is a great way to revive outdated pieces and breathe new life into a space, all without breaking the bank.
The best part about reupholstering and refinishing furniture is that the creative possibilities are endless - you can make a piece of furniture that’s uniquely yours and perfect for your home. Before you get started on refinishing your old furniture, Redfin thought who better to get advice from than the experts? From Haiku, HI all the way to Hamilton, ON, here are 10 helpful tips to consider from upholstery and restoration professionals like us before you begin your next project.
You can read the full article on the Redfin blog.