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Leather Couch, Sofa & Chair Repair In Your Area

Blemishes on your leather furniture can seem impossible to repair. Even though leather can repel stains and wear better than other fabrics, the damage still adds up over time. But you don't have to replace ripped and stained leather furniture. Find a local leather couch repair company who can make your furniture look like new.

Leather repair services include more than stain removal and dyes that brighten fading color. Professional contractors can repair pet damage, including scratches, rips, and bite marks. They can also remove accidental burns. Local companies even offer onsite repairs so that you don't have to bring your furniture into a shop.

High-quality repairs can extend the lifespan of your furniture for years. Using a local mobile service means your furniture doesn't even have to leave your house. Type in your zip code and HomeAdvisor will connect you with leather furniture repair companies in your area.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does leather furniture repair cost?

Most repairs of leather furniture cost between $100 and $400. Fixing a single spot in your couch or chair ranges between $100 and $150. More comprehensive repairs on an entire couch can cost $500 or more depending on the number of tears and scratches.

Is it worth it to reupholster?

Choosing re-upholstery over simple repairs depends how much a piece of furniture is damaged and how attached you are to it. Leather upholstery costs $30 to $60 per yard, plus $4 to $15 per square foot for additional materials and labor. That can run your project budget close to and even over $1,000 for a large sectional sofa.

In isolation, that cost is only worth it if the couch is severely damaged and you have strong affinity to it. In other cases, buying a new piece of furniture may be the better long-term decision. Get price quotes first before making your choice.

How do I stop leather furniture from peeling?

You can temporarily stop faux leather furniture from peeling by scraping off the pieces that are starting to peel and applying a new coat and dye.

Real leather doesn't peel, but bonded leather will peel with water damage, sun exposure, or simple use over time. Most leather repair pros won't be able to help because the fix is only temporary -- the only lasting solution to peeling is a completely new upholstery of real leather.

What questions should I ask furniture repair experts?

  • What's your experience in working with leather furniture?
  • Are you able to look at my furniture before agreeing to work on it?
  • Do you offer upholstery services in case I need them?
  • Are you insured in my state?
  • Will the repair be visible after you're finished?
  • Will you pick up and drop off the piece of furniture or will I need to bring it to you?
  • When do I have to lock into the price quote you give me?
  • Will the repair include any preventative maintenance for the future?
  • How do you ensure customer satisfaction?