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Once you notice any burns, scratches, lumps, or sagging areas on your sofa, it's best to get it repaired as soon as possible. With Airtasker, it's easy to find a reliable handyman who can readily fix your sofas for you. Whether it's made of leather, faux leather, natural fibres, or synthetics, we'll connect you to a Tasker who can work on your sofa for you and help bring it back to its pristine condition. Here are some of the most popular sofa repairs you can book with Airtasker:
A leather sofa is not only aesthetically pleasing, but it also offers excellent comfort and durability. However, as with all furniture, a leather couch can also take a lot of wear and tear, leading to peels, stains, mould, and further deterioration. If you need a leather sofa repair service, our Taskers can help you out!
From removing food and drink stains to fixing scratches, tears, burns, and other cosmetic damage, your handyman can take care of repairing your leather couch for you. If the damaged area is too extensive for repair, you still have the option of replacing only the damaged panel without having to replace the entire sofa. In this way, you can save money on more expensive repairs or buying new furniture altogether.
Faux leather sofas are one of the most popular types of sofas for a variety of reasons, including style, affordability, and eco-friendliness. Faux leather, however, is not immune to damage after years of heavy use and can also develop tears and cracks. If your faux leather sofa needs repair, your handyman can provide a quick, effective solution.
Using a faux leather repair kit, they'll start by cleaning the damaged area with sandpaper and a cleaning solution. Once it's smooth and ready for repair, your handyman trims any overhanging bits of leather and places a canvas directly inside the rip. They'll then attach the canvas to the tear, sand the area again, and make sure the repair looks as seamless and natural as possible.
Notice any lumps or sagging areas on your sofa? The culprit is probably worn-out or broken springs. You don't have to worry as repairing sofa springs is a pretty straightforward process. Your handyman starts by taking out the fabric on the bottom of your sofa then inspecting how the old springs look compared to new springs. Are they stretched out, smashed flat, or leaning to one side? Once they figure out the problem, your handyman then uses pliers to twist and tug your old springs and return them to their original shape. If this doesn't work, new springs will be installed to replace your old ones.
Macquarie Park NSW 2113, Australia
22nd Feb 2020
Middle seat of my 3 seater sofa is broken from inside. Need to fix this to elevate seat.
Pennant Hills NSW 2120, Australia
17th Aug 2019
One of the handles is popping out a little from the frame as can be seen from the image and we need it fixed.
Ryde NSW, Australia
2nd Jun 2020
My 2 seater leather sofa which has attached cushion has one of the planks broken which support the springs hence it sinks. Need to replace the wooden plank which holds the springs