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Can you guys just build anything?

Hi there, I'm Chris from Roger and Chris, and I'm here today to answer an important question. Can you guys just build anything?

And the answer is, no. But, we can build a lot of stuff, and there's stuff that we can build that we don't necessarily have on our website. And frequently, the new profiles, the new styles that we come out with are ones that have been brought to us by customers who are looking to do a specific thing.

So if you really want to work with us, first of all, thank you. But you have a profile or style of sofa that you've seen elsewhere, and we don't have it, I ask you, please send it to us. Send it over to us, we'll take a look at it, and much of the time, we can build a piece that has that same sort of look, or kind of use that as inspiration to do something along those lines, or it may be a circumstance where we can easily alter another piece that we already have, another frame style that we already have, make some tweaks to it, and get 'cha 90% of the look that you're going for.

The world of upholstered furniture is kinda weird in the sense that it's like everyone is kinda improv'ing off of each other, you're kinda building off of styles, and most of the stuff that we work with, they're designs that have been around for decades. So, this is all stuff that's out there, and we usually have access to it, we usually know how to build it, and we're usually just looking for an excuse to add a new style to our lines, so send us some photos, challenge us, hopefully we can deliver for ya.

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