Seattle area doctors, dentists, chiropractors and massage therapists trust Upholstery Seattle to deliver the finest quality medical upholstery and dental chair upholstery. Our chiropractic upholstery service includes chiropractic table upholstery, chiropractic table repair and chiropractic table covers in addition to dental chair upholstery repair.
We also upholster benches, reupholster exam tables and reupholster dental chairs. Our craftsmen repair medical upholstery, exam chairs, nurse stools, wheelchairs, lift chairs and motorized wheelchairs.
Medical & Dental
Exam Table Upholstery
Dental Chair Upholstery
Waiting Room Furniture
Pads and Benches
Shower Chair Seats
Dental Chair Upholstery Service
Our medical and dental chair upholstery service provides you with hundreds of fabrics to reupholster waiting room furniture, medical clinics or dental offices. We also offer PVC free fabrics for medical examination tables and dental chairs. Our fabrics -- including environmentally friendly fabrics -- are beautiful and durable enough to last for years.
Fitness & Rehabilitation
Upholstery Seattle reupholsters equipment for Seattle fitness centers, sports clubs, country clubs, tennis centers and rehabilitation centers.
Our valued clients include: Seattle Orthopedic Center, St. Joseph Medical Center, St. Francis Hospital, Minor & James Medical, Multicare and countless doctors, chiropractors, massage therapists and denists. Call Upholstery Seattle at 206-783-1696 for a free, onsite estimate or visit our new showroom adjacent to Mac’s Upholstery at 5011 15th Avenue NW in Ballard.
Reupholster Chiropractic Tables
Chiropratic adjustment tables come in all shapes and sizes. The exam bench does double-duty as a diagnostic tool and adjustment platform. Because it's used so often, the exam bench wears out fast. Even the toughest vinyl won't last forever in a busy chiropractic office.
A chiropractor doesn't want to be without an exam bench, so quick turnaround and quality workmanship are important. Fortunately, reupholstering this sort of equipment can be done in a day or so.
Since a patient usually lies face down on the bench during an exam, the vinyl often wears out in the same place. While the damaged section may be limited, you have to replace the whole thing or the result won't be satisfactory.
We start with the padding. Polyurethane foam goes flat with frequent use. It's best to replace the padding every couple of years. This foam is still in pretty good shape, so we use steam to plump it. Steam restores the foam to its original shape.
With the padding back to normal, we size the upholstery fabric. Anything less than commercial grade vinyl won't do. It's important to properly fit the new upholstery because vinyl can sag and wrinkle unless it's pulled taught during the application process. Fitting the curves -- especially inside curves -- requires years of experience.
In less than a day, the newly upholstered exam bench is on its way back to the clinic. We'll probably see it again in seven or eight months.