One Piece Headliner Boards (interior ceiling)
Is that roof material sagging, dirty ?
Let us replace your sagging headliner material.
We have a wide selection of colors.
This is a foam backed cloth was laminated to a molded cardboard or fiberglass panel.
This board is held in place by surround moldings.
Over time, from the sun beating on the roof and our weather conditions, the foam backing begins to disintegrate, and thus the cloth lining on your headliner begins to droop. This is a natural process so every 7-10 years a interior headliner will have to be replaced with new headliner material.
This headliner cloth cannot be simply glued back up because the backing has become powdery and will not stick.
If you've tried it, you know it turns into a mess. The only solution is to remove the board from the car, scrape off all the old headliner foam and cloth and reapply the laminated headliner fabric back onto the headliner board.
Stop by today and have us look at your headliner -
we can match up a color and set you up a day to bring it to us for replacement.
We will have you back on the road in no time looking good again.
Sun visors, Pillars & Overhead Consoles
(Recovered to match the new headliner)
Extra's to think about:
If the headliner is replaced and the sun visors are not recovered, they will stand out like a sore thumb. Likewise, other components like overhead consoles, trim panels, etc., will look old and worn.
Whether they are old style cloth visors with leather finger tabs, or visors with piping and chrome tips, or visors with vanity mirrors, we can make them look new again.
Other items, such as the front windshield pillars or the rear sail panels next to the rear windshield take a beating from the sun. These, as well as other trim pieces should ideally be recovered when the main headliner is being done.