*** Note *** We can only manufacture and ship / install slings for the following brands in peak season which runs April 15th to Aug. 1st .
- Telecope Casual
- Lloyd Flanders
- Rene Corriveau / Estiva
We cannot make slings for brands other than those above between April 15th and August 1st . After August 1 st we will look at each request on an indivdual basis. If you are not sure what brand you have please email email@example.com and will try to identify your model and give you a price / timing estimate when and if we can attempt your project. Thank you .
*Note* Many offshore / mass merchant chair frames are not strong enough to survive the re-slinging process.
How To Measure A Sling
Instructions: How to measure a sling
When measureing a sling for replacements, make sure they are taken while the sling is still tightly installed in frame, even if fabric is cut or ripped. Taking measurements from just the sling will result in inaccurate measurements. Measure to the nearest 1/8", do not add more. We will add the necessary fabric for seams.
Identify the sling rail channel. Place flexible measuring tape at center of rail channel. Make sure to place the tape about 3" from top of sling and measure across. Do not take measurement from the very top because the sling tends to flare out and spread.
Measure from center of sling rail across to the center of other sling rail for the width. Take the measurement of the closest 1/8".
Measure the bottom width in the same matter. Start about 3" from bottom and center of rail channel. Measure straight across to other center of rail channel. The top and bottom measurements may differ slightly. Don't assume they will be the same.
Take measurement to the nearest 1/8".
To measure the sling length, start at the very top edge of fabric. Measure the entire length making sure to follow the contour and curves of chair. Make sure to follow the edge for the correct measurements. Measure to the nearest 1/8".
Do not add hem allowance. This will be done during process.
* DisclaimerSLINGS CANNOT BE RETURNED
Casual Industries is not responsible if the measurement you submit are incorrect for any reason. Please review our sling measuring guide carefully before measuring your slings. Be sure that your old sling is not baggy, sagging or loose and that the rails holding the sling material are secured tightly to the sling frame.DO NOT measure loose slings that have already been removed from the frame.