Chair Caning, Rush Rope, Split Ash, and now Wicker Repair
CHAIR CANE CANING: Any type of woven seating that includes pressed cane, hand cane, rush rope, split ash, binding reed, wicker and rattan repair.
- Chair Caning involves complete removal of the seating material and then replacing,
- We always assure that the wood structure can properly handle the new cane.
- All wood repair and refinishing of the wood or the new seating to match is available
- See examples of caning repairs
NATION WIDE SERVICES: The typical chair needing caning can be shipped via UPS. See page on "Caning Replacement Pak & Ship" services anb guidelines.
BASIC GUIDELINE PRICING: The "typical" dining chair seat can likely be pre-priced using our Caning Pricing page. Your piece may be larger, irregular shaped, or on a back and not flat; arll of which are slightly more. Hand woven cane costs more than press sheet cane. Chair and rocker backs might be small or large, flat or curved, square or irregular shaped. Finishing of any new seating is additional. See our Pricing page for more details.
WICKER REPAIR: While "wicker" is another version of "caning", we treat them separately.
- Learn about the
Difference Between Wicker and Rattan.
See Select Samples of what we can do. There is a wide variety of caning types and therefore many different types of repairs.
"We realized that there is no known professional in the four state region that will even touch wicker items. So, "fill the void" as they say. We look forward to help you." says Tim Wilson, Owner.
FEATURED CANING PROJECT
|BEFORE as 1 of a Dining set||New Cane pending finishing to match color of set|
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"CANING" INCLUDES THESE OPTIONS:
CANING WORK IS DONE IN BATCHES FOR QUALITY AND COST CONTROL:
We schedule a batch for items that are here to start normally twice each month
The CANING BATCH starts the FIRST and THIRD Monday of each month .
Most items are completed in 2 or 4 weeks.
Such work can not be completed "on the spot", so plan ahead.
Press caning is usually done in 2-4 weeks
Hand caning is usually done in 4 +/- weeks.
Rush rope and Split Ash is usually done in 4 +/- weeks.
Wicker is usually 4-6+/- weeks.
Finishing: Add 1-2 weeks if we are to finish the new cane to match other old cane.
Other special requirements are determined when known.
Based on actual item for recaning, refinishing and required repairs.
WANT A BID? A picture is worth a thousand words!
IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION AND A COUPLE OF PHOTOS:
Send us an email and attach your photos. Remember to include your question or description of your problem.
Please include in your email:
• Email Address
• Billing Address
• City, State, Zip Code
• Daytime Telephone
• Alternate Telephone
• Question or Description of your problem
Note: Please attach photos to your email. Do not Copy & Paste them into the body of the email. We will not see them.
WHEN TAKING PHOTOS OF YOUR ITEM FOR YOUR EMAIL INQUIRY:
- Have good lighting and move closer to the item. Folks tend to stand too far away.
- Mark the damages or special aspects with something like masking tape.
- Take an overall photo of the whole item. For example, from the right front and left rear and straight down on the seating.
- Take a close-up photo of any special areas. For example, the gouge to the wood.
- Take photos from various angles. For example, light reflection "plays tricks".
We do our best to respond to emails as quickly as possible but be aware that it may take one or two days before you receive a response to your inquiry. IF you don't hear from us, please follow up with a phone call or send a second inquiry.
We must advise that bids for RECANING from emailed pictures are only approximate until the actual items is seen.
It is possible some wood repair will also be required. A bid to recane does not include any physical repairs or finishing work. They will be quoted only upon actual inspection.
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