We are dedicated to preserving and restoring your treasures. We take pride in exceeding our customers' expectations in terms of quality of service, appearance, and turnaround times. The value of our service is determined not only by the integrity of our repairs, but by the overall appearance of our product on delivery.
If you've been hesitating on getting that special chair or table repaired, don't wait any longer. Call us today for expert wood furniture repair!
Our goal is to provide beautiful, functional finishes that complement the time and period of each piece of furniture.
From stain or scratch removal, veneer repair, complete product refinishing to one of a kind custom colors. We also offer an on-site repair and touch up service for oversized hard to move items.
In some instances, we can provide in-home repair services such as touch-ups to fix small scratches, buffing/polishing table tops, filling in cracks or holes in the wood, such as damages from pets. We also come to your home or business to provide an estimate.
At Carrison's, our experience makes us capable of performing proper and professional repairs which are equal to or better than any other shop in our region. We also take pride, not only in the quality of our finishes, but in our ability to provide custom finishes and to match colors. This is the foundation of our business and what has kept our customers coming back. We will not compromise the quality of our work that makes up our reputation.
A reasonable price does not necessarily mean the cheapest price. Our customers deserve to have their furniture restored by someone who has performed his work diligently. While quality will always be our main focus, we strive to complete all work as efficiently as possible.
Carrison's Restorations was recently retained to work on a $40K replica of the historic Resolute Desk. The solid mahogany replica of the desk used by President Obama in the Oval Office of the White House over 6 administrations. The original was given to President Rutherford Hayes by Queen Victoria in 1880 and has been in nearly continuous use in the White House to this day.
The desk worked on by Carrison's currently sits in the George Bush Memorial Library in Houston.