By a little steadier, he means the company had a lot of clients’ orders to work on but they are four months backed up, meaning the shop is having a busy season. “Work never really slowed down,” Warren said. “If anything it got a little steadier at least with inquires. We can only do so much.” “If you’re going to have a problem that’s a good one to have,” Warren said.
“It was a little worrisome, of course,” Warren said. “You didn’t know how it was going to turn out.” However, it’s not how he expected things to go last year at the beginning of the pandemic.
He noted the worrying was for nothing. Tom Warren, the upholster at Custom Upholstery, said issues like that are partly why he believes his shop is doing good and what’s helped the company.
But another reason has to deal with manufacturers having a hard time delivering new furniture, or getting foam required for shipping. Warren said his company does not reupholster just couches and chairs, but also work on pillows, benches and outdoor patio furniture. RELATED: Furniture store shares 2 tips to finding patio sets amid shortage
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