Combination seating appeals to a multi-generational church. It combines historical expectations with modern standards and aesthetics.Read More >
The facility manager is the shepherd of the church grounds, which might include a range of duties — from landscaping, to building maintenance, to basic maintenance of the seating. It’s important for this individual to have thorough knowledge of how to properly clean upholstery and how often to tighten bolts on the seating.Read More >
When we think of worship seating construction and the types of materials used, what questions first come to mind? Is engineered wood better than solid wood? How will the longevity of the fabric impact the overall life of the pews, chairs or auditorium seats? What’s a realistic expectation of foam degradation?
The unknowns can be daunting. Knowing the right questions to ask can quickly put your mind at ease.Read More >
Congratulations! You and your congregation have made the decision to invest in new sanctuary seating.
Now what?Read More >
Ergonomics isn’t just for scientists and designers — it’s an integral part of choosing the right seats for your worship space.Read More >