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Shade sails are a great way to add style and value to your home or business and at Spectrim we have a complete range of shade sail services. Using only the best Australian Polyfab® materials and SolarFIX PTFE® threads we can design, manufacture and install the shade structure you’ve always wanted. We have the capacity to supply and install free standing poles, roof mounts and attachments as well as arrange engineering and certification too for a one stop shade shop. No size is too big or too small for us and we back up all our shades with a 10 year guarantee so you can rest easy knowing you’ve made a good investment. If you already have a shade sail that is in need of some attention we can also carry out repairs including restitching, re-edging, size adjustments as well as rip and hole repairs
Autotrim - we can provide a full range of auto-trimming services. Whether you’re looking for a new tonneau cover, a seat repair or a replacement roof lining we’ve got you covered. We can recreate and repair vintage and modern interiors for all car makes or if you’re after something different we can design and build complete custom interiors from the carpet up. For heavy industry we also carry a large range of industrial grade materials so that when we rebuild your truck, bus or loader seat, you know it’s going to last.
After something a little different or want a unique one-of-a-kind piece of furniture? we can make it happen. Using Warwick® Fabrics and the finest Italian and New Zealand leathers we are able to re-create vintage and modern styles to suit your taste. We also have the ability to produce large scale custom seating to give your café, restaurant, studio or your office that professional look and feel. All our creations come with a lifetime manufacturing warranty and a 10 year warranty on materials. We also welcome repair jobs, no job too big or too small!
In the central Australian Outback things need to be built tough.