The Keck Group's Church Pew Refinishing Since 1972
As the Church's owner representative on our major renovation project and on behalf of the church, I want to thank you for your outstanding performance on the pew renovation. The pews look amazing and have drawn rave reviews from the congregation. Your advice as we considered finish and other options put us on the right path. The refinishing and reuphostering was done efficiently and professionally. You really went above and beyond expectations when you responded to the scheudule pinch that we created by our late fabric selection.
As you recall, having all three sections done by the end of August and having the center section done for a wedding in mid-August was critical to us. The innovative phasing that you suggested and then the implemented worked perfectly and made it possible for us to meet all of our deadlines. As one who's been involved in a lot of projects over the years, it was a pleasure to deal with people who take a problem not of their making and solve it instead of using it as an excuse.
Thanks for working with us on this important project.
William K. Wakefield
Nassau Project Manager
St. Michael’s Parish, Exeter NH
St. Michael’s Church in Exeter New Hampshire recently completed a total renovation of their nave and sanctuary.
After months of negotiating, advising, conjoling and finally getting approval to refinish one of their pews as a sample for the entire project (which proved to be the turning point in their decision to choose our company), the Keck Group won out to win the contract for refinishing the pews.
Starting out as colonial style pews with white inserts on both the pews and frontals, we were able to go with a completely natural finish, as evidenced by the before and after pictures.
The church was extremely pleased by the finished product as evidenced, below, by the unsolicited testimonials from the Clerk of the works, and the architect.
Dianne - Architect: Said about the project, “The pews are absolutely beautiful! Everything I had hoped for!", “Great work to all.”
Clerk: “Hi Terry/Bob: the pews continue to get many praises. Wishing you both a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.”