Seating Refurbishment

Our auditorium and lecture theatre seating refurbishment service is a would-be alternative to a completely new system where damaged seating is in a listed building, sound but in need of new covers or just needs a change of colour or fabric to freshen things up.

We no longer live in a ‘throwaway society’ with there being a major emphasis on recycling and ‘going green’. Therefore, the repair and refurbishment of an existing auditorium or lecture theatre seating system is not only cost effective and environmentally friendly, but often the most desired option for the estates department these days.

Most auditorium or lecture theatre seating systems that have been installed within the last 10 years should be of good enough quality to be repaired or fully refurbished. In many cases we can take out an old, tired looking seating system, work our magic and then return to re-install it to make it look as good as new.

As with our bespoke seating solutions, an early consultation is always advised and indeed necessary for seating refurbishment projects. We are only too happy to survey the refurbishment options for your existing seating and report our findings in detail.

CPS is pleased to offer a range of seating refurbishment options that include:

  • Servicing and routine maintenance of your auditorium or lecture theatre seating
  • Part or full replacement
  • Advice on anti-vandal desks and seating fabrics
  • All of the above backed up with over 50 years of ‘excellence in product and service’

Whatever your project or problem may be, CPS is here to help turn your auditorium or lecture theatre into both a modern and inspiring learning environment for your students to excel in.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our seating experts for an informal discussion of your seating refurbishment requirements. You can also email us your requirements here

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