A luxury hotel received a bid of $437,000 to replace their room furniture.
We restored it to flawless condition for $43,000.
It would cost the five-star, 1,000 room Hyatt Regency Houston about $2.5-million to replace the kitchenettes and bar areas in their suites.
We completed the restoration for $250,000.
A prominent firm of attorneys received an estimate over $30,000 for logistics and replacement of a 35-foot wood conference table
on the 17th floor of their office building.
We restored it to new appearance for $5,500.
In 2008, we restored 539 doors for a Marriott Hotel, saving them 90% from the estimate to replace the doors.
Today, the doors still look like new!
Four different contractors told Vanderbilt University they needed to replace the 1941 custom-built bookshelves, tables and chairs in their
main library – estimated in the millions.
To date, we’ve restored half of the project back to its historical character for under 15% of the original estimate.
The oldest and most distinguished hotel in Nashville, The Hermitage Hotel, uses Suite Upgrades, Inc. for all of its restoration needs.