Sofas in need of a makeover and suites that have seen better days can be restored to their former glory with the help of a foam refilling service that a leading foam supplier is offering.
eFoam specialises in the conversion and fabrication of polyurethane, polyethylene and a number of other types of foam and can quickly refill any sofa cushion cover with a range of high-quality foams, ensuring that maximum comfort is always achieved.
Replacing sofas can be a lengthy and costly process but thanks to this unique service customers will no longer need to shop around when their current sofa is in need of rejuvenation.
With a number of foam choices available, individuals can choose a filling that suits them depending on whether they prefer a firmer or softer cushion to put their feet up on after a long day at the office.
Amanda Foley, Digital Marketing for eFoam said: “We are delighted to be able to offer our customers this effective service that will enable them to add a new lease of life to their tired old cushions and save hundreds of pounds in the process by not replacing sofas. Our aim is to make it easy and hassle-free for our customers in every aspect of this service right from us collecting their covers. We take the measurements, we cut the foam and then we fit their newly fitted foam into their covers ready for them to place on their sofa or chair, all speedily delivered by us using reputable couriers. It really could not be easier.
“As well as offering this stellar service, we are also suppliers of high quality mattresses and toppers along with a number of different foam packaging options. We strive for excellence in all of the products and services that we offer and are delighted to be the number one online supplier of foam in the UK.”
With a wealth of knowledge and experience amongst them, the management team at eFoam have been operating in the industry for over 20 years while the majority of other employees have been in the trade for over a decade.
It’s not just beds and sofas set to benefit from eFoam’s services either as the company also specialises in acoustic foam, ideal for budding musicians keen to enhance their sound quality.
The acoustic foam is sound reducing and will also greatly assist in reducing reverberation, reflections and flutter echoes in a number of different locations including recording studios, home theatres and music rooms.
For more information about eFoam visit their website at: www.efoam.co.uk