Restoring Your Home to Earn More Money

Restoring Your Home To Earn More Money

3 Strategies For Your Furniture Restoration And Paint Stripping

by Christine Matthews

Because so much goes into keeping your furniture looking fresh and maintaining its overall value, it's important that you always handle each matter with care. This applies whether you have antique furniture or just some favorites that need to be touched up. If you really want your furniture to look its best and remain functional, restoration is crucial. A fresh coat of paint can and some touchups on your furniture can work wonders. Below you can dive in to start understanding how to get the paint stripping, touchups and other furniture restoration work you need. 

Tip #1: Figure out if your furniture needs restoration and paint stripping

From a structural and aesthetic point of view, there are some signs that you will want to restore your furniture. Take a look at the paint to see if the paint job is still holding up. This is especially a telltale sign if your furniture was pre-owned. In many cases, people paint furniture in order to cover up imperfections. You will also need to think about the overall value of the furniture and how much return on investment you can get by restoring it. Getting your furniture restored is great because you get to switch up the style, get more years out of it, remove chipped wood splinters and exposed nails and so much more. Your furniture will look brand new when you get the help of a restoration contractor. 

Tip #2: Make sure the prep work is thorough

Whether you're handling a DIY furniture restoration or bringing in a contractor, the true work goes into the preparation. The furniture needs to be cleaned, the wood will be smoothed out and the surface should be primed before applying a new layer of paint. Further, it's important to put some time and effort into paint stripping the original paint altogether. With the right materials and a little bit of hard work, you can strip the paint from your furniture for between about $50 and $75

Tip #3: Hire the assistance of furniture restoration ontractors

To really get some bang for your buck, you'll need to bring in the assistance of some top-level furniture restoration contractors. It takes a quick consultation to get an estimate and a contract for the work. Once they see the furniture in person, they'll give you a better idea of what restoration work is possible. This furniture restoration will generally cost somewhere between approximately $125 and $475

If you stop and think about these tips it'll be easier for you to handle your furniture restoration and paint stripping. 


About Me

Restoring Your Home To Earn More Money

I have always loved the idea of finding an older home and making it beautiful, but a few years ago I was left struggling with what to do with a home that seemed beyond repair. It was old, outdated, and incredibly damaged, but I knew that I could make things better by doing a few things a little differently. I began to work with a professional contractor to identify different areas that we should start on, and within a few short weeks things were moving along. This website is all about restoring your home to earn more money, and knowing how to identify challenges that you can't fix on your own.