Church pew cushions and kneelers have been produced by the Foam For Comfort team for over 30 years.
Working with Church Committees
Church pew cushions and kneelers are very important to the various church committees that we have worked alongside over the years.
Some projects have required the complete finished church pew cushions and kneelers to be produced. From the foam cut to size and shape and then upholstered by the Foam For Comfort team.
However, some projects have only required the foam cut to size and shape to then be covered in tapestries produced by church sewing circles.
Pew Cushion and Kneelers Compliance
All pew cushions and kneelers are designed and produced to comply with legislation regarding use in public buildings and fire regulations. If your church wants to use tapestries produced by your own church sewing circles, we can then turn those tapestries into pew and kneeler cushion covers that comply with legislation to meet the standards set for use in public buildings and ensure that they meet fire safety requirements.
Extras for Pew Cushions and Kneelers
Generally the pew cushions and kneelers are produced as foam cut to shape and size to meet specific requirements and upholstered in-house to produce a complete finished pew cushion or kneeler.
Little extras can be produced for the pew cushions and kneelers if required.
D Rings can be fitted to the pew cushions which assists with storing the kneelers on the back of church benches. Also available is piping on the cushions to create a different look to the pew cushions and grippers can be added to add security and prevent the kneelers from moving.
For Your Info
To view some of the church pew and kneeler cushion projects, please visit pews and kneelers for churches on our website.
Contact Foam For Comfort
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