Stadium Seat Restoration Service

Restoration Services

Many large and small customers use surplus or new seats/backs to replace aging seats in their facilities, not touching the legs or anchor bolts. Sometimes they do paint the legs, in place or off-site, but often no painting and just a small percentage of anchor bolts need updating.

 

Meet the “Seat Doctor” Bob Ralph

Today, these seats are being treated under the care and expertise of our long-time partner, Bob Ralph, alias “The Seat Doctor.”

Who is Bob Ralph?

Bob Ralph has a diversified memorabilia collection that includes over 200 chairs from 30 U.S. ballparks that have been demolished, including Veterans Stadium and Connie Mack Stadium.

A rabid baseball fan since he was 12, The Seat Doctor is a collector of all sorts of artifacts. Cards, thousands of them. Scorecards and yearbooks from all time periods. Newspapers from the Dodgers’ 1955 World Series triumph, etc.

 

Give us a call (856-692-0242) if you have any questions or if you’re interested in having us restore your seats

Examples of Restoration Services

Shown below is the restoration of a row of four Shibe Park (aka Connie Mack Stadium) Philadelphia seats. The customer decided to have a double green chair and a single red made out of the quad.

“We took four in a row, ratty, and at customer request made a double red and a single green. All authentic ballpark color match, and number font matches.”

Seat Restoration Before

Before

Seat Restoration After

After

Hi, we will be out of town on a project until July 13 and will have only limited shipping during this time, but we will still be able to answer questions on the phone and emails. Thanks for your patience! Dismiss