From the carpet to the headliner, we can repair or replace all of the upholstery in your vehicle. You can have your seat repaired or recovered in a variety of cloths, vinyls and leather. We offer choices of original or aftermarket replacement options for most upholstery, including convertibles, carpet and seats.


Headliner Warranty

Modern headliners do not come from the factory built to withstand being in areas with high humidity, which makes Florida a prime location when it comes to headliners failing. This is why when we repair headliners we use a high quality upholstery adhesive that comes with a high temperature rating. Using this higher quality adhesive allows our headliners to stay up even in the most humid of temperatures, which in turn provides us with the confidence to provide a 3 year warranty with every headliner, which comes at no additional cost to our customers! We keep a large variety of headliner materials in stock in order to match the color and texture of your original headliner, or you can customize your headliner using suede, camouflage or many other custom options we have available.


Custom Projects

From custom cushions to complete custom interiors, we will work closely with our customers to make their ideas come to life. We take our time to help our customers find the exact material they're looking for and use our years of experience to provide expert advice along the way. Please visit our project gallery for examples of our work.


  • Canvas Top Repair

  • Bimini Tops

  • Boat Covers

  • T-Tops

  • Boat Seats and Cushions

  • Sun Pads

  • Hull Liners

  • Plastic Window Replacement

  • Foam Replacement

  • Zipper Replacement

  • Motor Covers

  • And much more..



Automotive Installs

While we offer many aftermarket options for all vehicles, we also can install OEM products. We understand the need for some vehicles to be kept original, and we work closely with dealers to help provide our customers with an option to order original material and parts. You also have the option of ordering your own parts and bringing them in to be installed. It’s up to you!