Popular Recliner Upholstery Choices

April 23rd, 2009 in Recliner Styles /

As an added bonus and selling point for lazy boy recliners, a wide variety of materials, fabrics and types of upholstery are available to cover the chair – making it a versatile option for any room. Traditional choices and modern fabrics are combined to give those shopping for a lazy boy recliner many options when it comes to choosing a chair that is going to remain in style for years to come.

Traditional fabrics are popular, such as leather and canvas, which make the chair durable, as well as versatile. Leather is one of the most popular types of [...] Continue Reading…

Lazy Boy Recliner Benefits

April 23rd, 2009 in Recliner Styles /

Although traditionally known as the Mens chair, there have been many innovations in the world of lazy boy recliners which are making these types of chairs commonplace within entertainment and living rooms throughout the country.

There are a myriad of designs which are available from sleek and modern designs that offer clean lines and modern fabrics that can be used to update the traditional chair, to designs which are meant to match other pieces within the décor of the room. From fabric to leather, solids to patterns, the multiple designs which are available add to the versatility of the [...] Continue Reading…

Caring for a Leather Recliner

April 23rd, 2009 in Cleaning & Maintenance /

Although leather is a durable material and popular for many people that choose a lazy boy recliner for their home, there are certain methods which should be used to care for the leather that the lazy boy is upholstered in to extend the lifespan of the leather and to protect the leather from wear that comes with exposure and extended use.

First things first, if a liquid is spilled on to the leather it is not the end of the world. Many people choose leather lazy boy recliners for the fact that they are quite durable. The leather [...] Continue Reading…

Choosing Slipcovers for Recliners

April 23rd, 2009 in Recliner Slipcovers /

Slipcovers are beneficial for homeowners and decorators that have children or pets within the home that may increase the wear and tear that comes with a lazy boy recliner.

A slipcover can also be used to completely change the appearance of the furniture. Many consumers use a slipcover to cover the piece and change the appearance rather than making the decision to replace the entire piece of furniture; this is a great way to save money within the household. Lazy boy recliners can be fitted with a slipcover to create a whole new look within the room, rather than [...] Continue Reading…

How To Clean Your Recliner

December 29th, 2008 in Cleaning & Maintenance /

Now that you have purchased your recliner or recliner covers you will need to know how to take care of them to make your furniture look nice and to last longer. Whether your recliner material is made out of leather, cloth, or any other material you know how to clean it yourself without having to come too much out of your pocket.

Most recliner slipcovers nowadays are very easy to take care of. All you have to do is take them off and throw them into the washing machine. If you did not buy a slip cover to protect the [...] Continue Reading…

Best Slipcovers for your Recliner

December 29th, 2008 in Recliner Slipcovers /

When purchasing the best slipcover for your recliner keep in mind how much you might want to spend on it, the quality, size, and the cleaning and maintenance of the slipcover. Whether you can only spend about 50 bucks on a recliner cover or over 100 bucks, I will help you pick out the best slipcover for your money.

Wal-mart is a pretty reasonable place to purchase a slipcover from. If you do not have a local Wal-Mart you can use their website to buy it. Wal-Mart has some high rated brand slipcovers by the name of “Stretch Royal Diamond”. [...] Continue Reading…

Shipping Your Lazy Boy Recliner

December 16th, 2008 in Adjustments & Repairs, Used Recliners /

If you are moving or shipping your lazy boy recliner, you will want to take the proper precautions so it is not damaged in the move. The reclining mechanism makes moving your recliner more complicated than simply moving a chair and you can cause serious damage if you are not careful.

First consider that your recliner weighs more than a stationary chair so you must be careful when lifting it. Always lift it from the sides of the bottom and not by the back and foot rest which could damage the reclining mechanism.

There are certain steps you can take to [...] Continue Reading…

Buying A Used Lazy Boy Recliner

December 16th, 2008 in Used Recliners /

If you are planning on purchasing a second hand Lazy Boy recliner, or even an “as is” or clearance item from an authorized Lazy Boy dealer, your purchase will not carry the Limited Lifetime Warranty available from Lazy Boy. You may or not be able to purchase replacement parts for your recliner if it is a discontinued model. However, you may still find a good deal even if you take these issues into consideration.

Since the recliner has several moving parts, you would be strongly advised to try it out first before you buy. Buying a recliner over the Internet [...] Continue Reading…

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Lazy Boy Warranty Explained

December 16th, 2008 in Limited Lifetime Warranty /

The Lazy Boy recliner limited warranty is one of the best in the furniture industry and includes lifetime warranty for several of their products’ mechanical parts - including reclining mechanisms, sleep sofa mechanisms, springs and spring systems, swivel base and wood frame parts. Remember, the lifetime warranty applies to the parts only and labor costs are usually only covered for a year.

Only the person who originally purchased the lazy boy recliner from an authorized Lazy Boy dealer is covered by the Lazy Boy limited lifetime warranty. If you bought your recliner second hand then the warranty cannot be transferred. [...] Continue Reading…

How To Adjust Recliner Tension

December 16th, 2008 in Adjustments & Repairs /

The tension adjustment on a Lazy Boy Recliner allows you to set the tension on the reclining mechanism to best respond to your individual size and strength. If you find it difficult to push back or pull the lever into a reclining position then you may want to reduce the tension. If you are a taller or heavier person then you may want to increase the reclining mechanism tension.

Most lazy boy recliners are equipped with a pair of wing nuts or thumb wheels underneath the seat that let you adjust the reclining mechanism tension. First make sure that the [...] Continue Reading…