Red Deer's Repair and Restoration Experts

About Furniture Medic

Furniture Medic is much more than just a furniture repair company.

Established as a furniture repair business in 1992, Furniture Medic is now the largest and most respected furniture and wood damage and restoration company in the world, with over 300 locations across Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom.

With the convenience of offering on-site repairs, Furniture Medic remains in high demand today. Whether it's residential or commercial repairs and restorations, Furniture Medic extends the life of furniture and fixtures through a variety of water-based, chemical free products that meet the standards set by governing agencies. Additionally, once the job is done, all products are disposed of in an ecologically responsible way.

Furniture Medic of Red Deer has been operating for over 21 years, servicing Red Deer and central Alberta communities with furniture touch-up and repairs. We have qualified wood, leather, and upholstery technicians with many years of related experience. Much of this business came about due to the hard work and trust gained by our technicians and their ability to stand by their honest service.

By servicing furniture repairs on-site, technicians must be reliable, relatable, prompt, efficient, competent and trustworthy. We are proud to say that we have always met these qualifications!

National Franchise Sales Manager, Terry Hould says the success of Furniture Medic is firmly rooted in its dedication to providing customers with unparalleled craftsmanship and quality service in wood restoration and upholstery repair.

Furniture Medic is owned by ServiceMaster of Memphis, Tennessee, which acquired the company in 1996. In addition to its Canadian operations, which were established in 1953 in Toronto, ServiceMaster has 7,300 franchises and company-owned locations around the world.

It is one of the world's largest residential and commercial disaster services networks with more than 8.5 million customers and an annual revenue of more than $6 billion.