Bair & Bair

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Bair & Bair
Bair & Bair is listed in the Furniture Repairing & Refinishing category in Collegeville, Pennsylvania. Displayed below is the only current social network for Bair & Bair which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Bair & Bair on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 35.

Contact information for Bair & Bair is:
1033 Bridge Rd
Collegeville, PA 19426
(610) 831-1000

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Bair & Bair has an overall ZapScore of 35. This means that Bair & Bair has a higher ZapScore than 35% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Collegeville, Pennsylvania is 39 and in the Furniture Repairing & Refinishing category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Bair & Bair Furniture Refinishing and Repair added 3 new photos.
Cherish the time you get to spend with family and friends this holiday season. And keep in mind that accidents do happen, so don't get too upset when someone accidentally damages a piece of furniture. Whatever you do, however, DO NOT let Uncle Joe fix it by driving as many nails/screws as possible into it. Not only will it not work, but it will do even more damage. You wouldn't let just anyone fix your electric or plumbing. Why trust them with your fine furniture? Bring it to us and we'll make it as good as new (sometimes better).

Bair & Bair Furniture Refinishing and Repair added 7 new photos.
I need one of these! It was a pleasure to restore this Saginaw table to its original glory from the unfortunate charcoal-black that it had been painted. In the closed position, this is no larger than a small server. Fully extended, it can easily seat 12. Six 18" leaves are stored at an angle inside.


A couple I've done work for before brought this in. A 200-year-old door with the upper panel completely shattered. This came out of a rental property and the tenants actually had the nerve to say "it just broke." 😅 Yeah, right. Guess who's not getting their deposit back?

In an effort to maintain an informed consumer-base, I am going to attempt to highlight some of the more common pitfalls encountered when buying new furniture at major outlets (both online and brick-and-mortar). I will begin by defining what some of the more misleading marketing terminology really means. Today's example: "Made from engineered hardwoods and the finest veneers." This is very typical of the furniture we see with a "Made in China" designation. Engineered hardwoods is marketing speak for MDF (medium-density fiberboard), a very dense (read "heavy") board made up of recycled wood fibers (sawdust) and resin (wax and glue). It is much less expensive than solid wood, easy to paint and easy to skin with veneer. Please note that heavy does not translate to quality. It is also much less expensive for the manufacturer to use, but that savings is almost never passed along to the consumer. Please buy what you like and don't let anyone make you feel bad about it (I have plenty of Ikea furniture in my own home because it serves a purpose). Just don't spend a fortune on "engineered hardwoods" and think that they will be family heirlooms.