Updated 7/15/2021, originally published 7/2/2018
Le Furniture Repair now offers restaurant furniture restoration services and wooden bar stool repair for restaurants and cafe in Long Island and Queens.
While Barry is most well known for his residential kitchen cabinet refinishing and restoration services – he has always worked with restaurants as well.
If you’re the owner of a bar, restaurant, or café in Queens or Long Island, consider the advantages of restaurant furniture restoration over buying new.
Why Choose Professional Wood Restaurant Furniture Repair Services vs. Buying New?
Restaurant furniture restoration saves money. Especially after enduring long closures and loss of business at your restaurant during the pandemic, every dollar counts. The cost of wood has soared over the last year due to wood shortages and supply issues caused by the pandemic. Buying new will cost a small fortune at a time when you need to invest less cash, not more.
Restaurant furniture restoration saves time. As the saying goes – time is money. And every minute you spend researching and shopping for new restaurant furniture and bar stools is a minute that you aren’t focusing on the day-to-day operations of your business. LE furniture repair makes restaurant furniture refinishing easy. You just call or email to set up an appointment, and Barry takes care of the rest. All the work is done under your roof, right inside of your Long Island or Queens cafe or restaurant – so you don’t have to ship anything out.
Restaurant furniture restoration increases sales. In the hospitality industry – looks matter. It doesn’t matter how great your restaurant’s food is – if the furniture is in disrepair – customers will assume the menu items are too. On the flip side, when your restaurant furniture looks good, loyal diners linger, and new customers come in – that translates to more sales.
The moral of the story is why buy new when you can your have your restaurant furniture professionally restored! Call today! (We prefer calls to emails for quickest response)