Church Pew Refinishing and Pew Repair
Church Pew refinishing and pew repairs are all done by Egan Church Restorations team of expert wood workers. We can repair, resize and refinish your solid wood church pews. Our wood workers can also repair and refinish wood altars, wainscoting, organ enclosures and balcony railings. Our team can remove most scratches, peeling lacquer and repair cracks and splits in the wood components. In addition, if you have fixed pews cushions, we offer cushion re-upholstering.
Church Pew Refinishing – St. Katherine Church
St Katherine’s 80 year old pews were in need of complete pew refinishing. Peeling lacquer and scratches marred the surface. Splits in the glue joints had compromised their strength.
Egan Church Restorations completely restored these historic pews. We Stripped the old lacquer coating, repaired the splits, deep sanded all parts and then applied new stain. We added a new coat of clear polyurethane (like a gym floor) to protect the restored finish. New kneeler pads were added. The hardwood floors refinishing beneath the pews was also done before resetting the pews in the place. In addition, new marble tile floor was added for the aisles. Lastly, spot water damaged plaster repair and painting.
Church Pew Refinishing – Pew Repair. St Luke’s Episcopal. Manhattan, NY
St Luke’s Episcopal Church planned a floor replacement due to asbestos tiles in the old flooring. An important part of the work was restoring the historic wood pews. Solid wood pews were suffering for decades of normal wear and tear. As part of a complete interior renovation, Egan Church Restorations restored all the historic pews to their original beauty. Each pew was sanded to bare wood, splits in the wood repaired, painted areas repainted, new stain applied to trim sections and new polyurethane finish applied.
Wood Furniture Restoration – Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Wellfleet, MA
Our Lady of Lourdes Parish on Cape Cod, Massachusetts was planning a new larger church, so they could combine the 3 small neighborhood chapels. One of the chapels had already been closed and the old wood altar had been put into the rectory basement. Left unattended, the altar had warped in sections and had some minor wood rot.
Egan’s Church Restorations were hired to restore this parish legacy. Our wood workers removed it from the basement of the rectory, repaired all the damaged sections and refinished it. We also added gold leaf highlights and installed it into the new church. In addition, we created a new pulpit and baptismal font from left over sections of the old altar. Other work included repainting the stations of the cross, repainting 2 plaster statues and supplying all new radius pews.
|Before: Left over section of original altar.||After: Reshaped to create new pulpit.|
|Before: Unneeded section of old altar.||After: Reshaped and refinished and artificial sea shell added to create baptismal font.|