We Repair Rips, Fades, Stains, Holes, Cracks and Scratches on Leather, Plastics, Vinyl, Fabric and Upholstery. Professional Restoration of Home and Office Furniture, Vehicle Interiors, Boats Seats, Medical Equipment, Aircraft Interiors and More.
Fibrenew Upstate offers mobile leather, plastics, vinyl, fabric and upholstery repair services in the automotive, aviation, commercial, marine and residential markets.
There are many reasons why repairing cracked vinyl and plastic or damaged leather in your car, boat, airplane, home or office is good for the environment. Fibrenew technicians have the equipment and expertise to make cracks, stains, scratches, holes, rips and fades in leather, plastic, vinyl, fabric and upholstery look new again. Restoration is an environmentally-friendly and cost-effective alternative to replacement.
Our Mobile Service Comes To You!
We proudly offer our professional mobile service in and around the following areas:
|Donalds, South Carolina
Easley, South Carolina
Fountain Inn, South Carolina
Greenville, South Carolina
Greer, South Carolina
Mauldin, South Carolina
Pelzer, South Carolina
Piedmont, South Carolina
Simpsonville, South Carolina
Slater-Marietta, South Carolina
Taylors, South Carolina
Tigerville, South Carolina
Travelers Rest, South Carolina
Wade Hampton, South Carolina
Including Zip Codes
Some of Our Designations & Associations:
Restoration of Damaged Leather, Plastics, Vinyl, Fabric and Upholstery
Fibrenew Upstate has the expertise to restore, refurbish, re-dye and repair virtually any type of damage to leather, plastics, vinyl, fabric and upholstery:
Wide Range of Professional Leather, Plastics, Vinyl, Fabric and Upholstery Restoration Services
Fibrenew Upstate are certified and insured professional technicians. We cover many manufacturer and retail warranties and offer convenient mobile service to your home or business:
Latest News and Updates
Posted: Feb 12, 2015 | Under: Automotive
Accidents can happen at the best of shops when your vehicle is in for service. The driver's seat bottom on this Acura MDX was punctured, most likely by a screwdriver or other similar tool, while being serviced. The shop responsible for the accident quickly stepped up and took care of replacing t... [read more...]