Car Headliner Repair Shop in Marietta, GA
You may know Bob’s Upholstery and Decorating Center as your area expert when it comes to home interior fabrics, but did you know we can also help with your sagging automobile headliner fabric? If you have ever struggled with your vehicle’s headliner, you may have realized that the only way to truly fix it is to remove and replace it. Fortunately, car headliner repair doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming. Bob’s Upholstery and Decorating Center routinely replaces sagging headliners across the greater Marietta, GA area. Our team is ready to take care of your car headliner repair needs.
What Causes A Sagging Headliner?
Car headliners will sag when the fabric layer pulls away from the backing. This can happen if the vehicle is older and the adhesive begins to break down. If your car is not especially old, you may notice sagging if the material has gotten too wet. Another common cause is prolonged exposure to intense heat over time. As a helpful tip, make sure you do not over-saturate your car’s headliner fabric when cleaning it, so you don’t accidentally cause the adhesive to fail.
How Much Does It Cost to Repair a Headliner?
Like most automotive repair costs, the grand total can vary depending on the make and model of your car. We consider factors like:
- Vehicle make and model
- Type of fabric
- Timeframe for the repair
Ballpark totals can range from $200 to more than $500. We recommend calling to schedule a time for us to look at your vehicle so we can better estimate your car headliner repair cost.
How Do You Fix A Sagging Headliner?
As we mentioned before, the only true way to fix a sagging headliner is to remove the old and replace it with a new one. Temporary fixes like spray adhesives, tacks, and other “home remedies” may hold the fabric up out of your way, but it won’t give you a long-term, polished solution.
To replace the sagging material, we take out the headliner board so we can remove all the old fabric. If the board is otherwise in good shape, we adhere the new material directly to it with manufacturer-recommended adhesive. If the board itself has been damaged, we can replace that as well.
Why Choose Bob's UDC For Your Car Headliner Repair?
Though the process of replacing a damaged headliner is simple to explain, the process itself is anything but. There are a lot of ways to do this incorrectly. If you have ever searched “car headliner repair shops near me” or “mobile headliner repair,” you probably got a lot of results. However, not all repairs are created equal. The team at Bob’s UDS are experts in automotive headliner repair. You can feel great knowing your vehicle is in good hands throughout the process. We guarantee our work and we are here to answer any questions you have before, during, and after the repair. Along with your other automobile upholstery needs, we are your go-to professional headliner repair shop in Marietta, GA.
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