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Old 09-24-2014, 06:37 AM   #1
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Where to get new Sofa and Captain Chairs?

I own a 2001 Signature and it's time to replace the sleeper sofa and the 2 captains chairs. Can anyone tell me where I can get the best deal on these replacements? I will try and replace them myself unless it just absolutely looks like it's something that I need to have someone else do.

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Try here.......RV Furniture, Boat Furniture, Flexsteel, Flexsteel Furniture, Villa, Palliser, Lafer, Lambright, Leather Furniture, Bradd & Hall - Bradd & Hall

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Sofa and Captain chairs

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Old 09-25-2014, 04:13 AM   #4
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I'm in the Houston area......
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Consider having them reupholstered. Ask around for your area. It is cheaper and sometimes you get a better quality job.
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we use the upholstery workshop here in weatherford
lots of folks coming here for flooring make arrangements with them while having floors upgraded
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Old 09-30-2014, 09:00 AM   #7
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Thanks guys for the info..........
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You will find that new replacements of Villa and Flex-Steel (not sure of the name) or similar high-end furniture is a more expensive process than you might realize. They are high quality but they also demand a premium price. I agree that a high quality automobile re-upholstery shop is something to look into as they should be able to replace your leather outer surface and foam with high quality replacement parts that will hold up to the temperature extremes in cars and coaches. Coach manufacturers also have upholstery shops that routinely do custom work on top of their usual work for their own coaches.

By the way, I found that I had to really look to find who the manufacturer of my captains chairs was when I needed to replace seat belts. What I found was that if I lifted up the bottom flaps on the chairs while laying on the floor, I found a stencil mark on the back that said Villa International, and Villa is one of the top end RV furniture makers. You may find it similarly difficult to determine your OEM manufacturer, or call Monaco 800 number and they can tell you.

Good luck.

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I replaced my recliner using Lambright and was quite happy.

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