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Patio Furniture Repair Lewiston ME

Looking for Patio Furniture Repair in Lewiston? We have compiled a list of businesses and services around Lewiston that should help you with your search. We hope this page helps you find Patio Furniture Repair in Lewiston.

Morin Antiques
(207) 782-7511
195 Turner St
Auburn, ME
 
Bix Furniture Strippers
(207) 783-3459
357 Main St
Auburn, ME
 
Life in the Past Lane
(207) 353-5672
4 Leighton Rd
Durham, ME
 
Brunswick Reupholstering Co., LLC
(207) 504-0764
1157 Mere Point Rd
Brunswick, ME
Services
Furniture Repair

Regal Refinishing
(207) 655-6961
10 Brown Rd
Raymond, ME
 
Godbout Claude P Uphlstr
(207) 782-3306
11 Laurel Ave
Auburn, ME
 
Chair Doctor
(207) 225-2293
RR 1
Turner, ME
 
Elegance Interiors
(207) 729-0771
168 Pleasant St
Brunswick, ME
 
Finely Restored
(207) 829-6915
649 Sligo Rd
North Yarmouth, ME
 
Black Shark Discount Furniture
(207) 784-9218
938 Sabattus St
Lewiston, ME
 

HandymanWire -Outdoor Patio Questions and Answers

Repairs

Repairing patio furniture


My Dad, who likes to do everything himself, is repairing his patio furniture. He has taken off the vinyl basket weave strapping, sanded down the old paint, and repainted. He has ordered the new vinyl strapping. He knows the pattern of the basket weave, and he wanted me to see if anyone has a good suggestion as to how to keep the weave tight. Are there any hints for him to use during the re-weaving which will enable the strapping to stay nice and tight?

I have found in the past that if I use a hair blow dryer to warm the vinyl as I weave and attach, it will shrink back to a snug fit.


Sources for Vinyl Strapping

My Dad is redoing his lawn furniture. He has taken off the old vinyl 1/2" strapping, and repainted the frames. He has ordered the strapping, and plans to put it back on in the same basketweave design. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to get the basketweave nice and tight? Sure would like some suggestions.

Go to this website for strapping www.umbrellasusa.com

Redoing patio furniture

Does anyone have a suggestion as to how to keep vinyl webbing tight while re-weaving the basketweave design with all new vinyl webbing on outdoor furniture? I need to know how to keep it tight so it will not be too loose.

The secret to tightening the strapping is that it is a thermo plastic. Two people are needed. Attach the strapping as tightly as you can, then weather "bake" the chair in a big oven, or uniformly heat the strapping with a shrink wrap heat gun.

 

Walkways

Brick walk way

I want to install a brick walk way, what are the steps that I should take to do this? I know the area that I want to put it in but I don't know what goes first, second or third.

First remove the sod.
Dig down a little into the dirt... and then fill the area with sand. The depth to which you dig down is determined by the final height you want minus 3 inches of sand and the thickness of your brick.
Third, lay down a fine mesh plant barrier. I forget the name of this stuff, but they sell it for under walkways like this or under mulch to keep the grass from growing up through. Then put down your brick. You will need to consider how you will hold the brick in place. You can use pressure treated wood landscaping ties... or cement in the edge row of bricks or a cement curb/border. Or you c...

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