(315) 253-8752

Furniture & Cabinet Restoration in Auburn, NY

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Since 1985, the craftsmen at Auburn Furniture Service Inc. have specialized in furniture repair and restoring heirloom furniture. We’re the area’s trusted source to take extra-special care with your old furniture and cabinetry, using our skill and years of experience to restore your treasured pieces to their original beauty and functionality.

We’ve restored all types of furniture throughout New York—like Skaneateles, Syracuse, Rochester and the surrounding area—including tables, chairs, dressers, chests, beds, vanities and more. We also offer professional restoration of kitchen and bathroom cabinets for your kitchen and bathroom remodeling projects.

Our family looks forward to providing you with the kind of personal, professional service and great value that has earned us an exceptional reputation among our wide range of customers throughout the Finger Lakes region of New York, including Auburn, Syracuse, Ithaca, Rochester and Skaneateles. Let us know what you have in mind for your heirloom furniture and cabinets.

We’ll provide you with a free estimate for all your furniture and cabinetry restoration needs.

Call (315) 253-8752.

Services We Offer

  • Furniture Builders
  • Furniture Designers
  • Furniture Restoration
  • Cabinet Builders
  • Cabinet Restoration
  • Custom Kitchen Cabinets
  • Custom Bathroom Cabinets
  • Kitchen Remodeling
  • Caning Sales and Service
  • Lumber Sales
  • Lumber Milling
  • Vanities
  • Solid Surface Countertops
  • Free Estimates
  • Custom Built Cabinets
  • Complete Kitchen Design
  • Complete Bathrooms
  • Chair Caning
  • Furniture Repair
  • Tile Work
  • Custom Woodwork
  • Woodcraft
  • Countertops
  • Solid Surface Countertops
  • Backsplash
  • Appliances
  • Flooring

Areas Served

Our furniture designer team provides custom built furniture, furniture repairs and furniture restoration to customers in Auburn, Skaneateles, Syracuse, Ithaca, Geneva, Rochester, Oswego, Waterloo, Canandaigua,  and Seneca Falls, New York.