1. How much do your products cost?
Because we custom-make each product according to our customer’s needs, our prices vary greatly from project to project. Essentially, we calculate all upholstery services based on the amount of material needed, the type of material you choose, and weaving costs.
2. How can I get a price estimate?
We encourage anyone considering our upholstery services to request a free pricing estimate. When you call, email, or visit, we can listen to your needs and then calculate an estimate of how much it will cost you.
3. Where can I see the current collection?
At Up-cycled, we provide a complete upholstery fabric portfolio which you can view in our workshop.
4. What forms of payments do you take?
We try our best to make your upholstery project as seamless as possible. One way we do this is by offering convenient payment options. We accept credit cards, debit cards, checks and cash.
By calling us directly, you can explain your exact needs and concerns to us and we can provide you with answers.
Call us on 082 641 8838. We look forward to hearing from you!
5. Should I re-upholster my old furniture or buy new furniture?
First, you need to consider if the furniture has personal, sentimental, antique or monetary value. Is it comfortable and does it look good in its space?
Older furniture is usually built much better, which is a good reason to have it re-upholstered. A very large percent of new furniture is built out of soft wood, particle board, and cardboard. Often, when the price of new furniture is low, the materials that make up the furniture are not good quality.
When you buy new furniture it is rare to find the color and size to fit your needs. When you re-upholster, you can pick the color you like, material you prefer and size to fit your needs. It is also often possible to change the shape of the furniture up to some extent, so it could match similar one from a magazine or picture.
6. Is it cheaper to buy new furniture or to re-upholster old furniture?
When comparing prices between re-upholstered old furniture or buying new furniture, firs and the most important thing is to consider the quality. Cheap furniture means only one thing, cheap quality.
If you compare the price of new good quality furniture, than it is cheaper to re-upholster. In the long run you will have a better piece of furniture for less.
7. How long does it take to re-upholster my old furniture?
It depends on the size of the furniture, the amount of repairs, and if it needs to be colored, touched up or polished. All of these procedures need time to be executed properly, so that the final result will meet or exceed the expectations of the customer.
Most furniture is completed within three to five weeks, some even earlier.