The Custom Truck Interior Specialist

When it comes to the interior of a classic truck, many choices must be made. This includes seats, headliners, trim, door handles, and more. Professional Custom Truck Interior specialist considers all of these elements to create a beautiful custom truck interior. Find out more about this specialized profession and how it can benefit your business!

Truck Shop Services

If you’re looking to make your vehicle stand out from the crowd, it’s time to consider a custom seat design. Our team is here to help you create the perfect seat for your vehicle by matching your style with the right materials and features. You can choose from OEM Quality Fitment leather kits, a variety of two-tone designs, or even custom suede for a unique look that’s sure to impress. You can even get a seat heating and cooling system built in to keep you comfortable on the road.

Contact us today to find out more about custom truck seats! Our friendly and knowledgeable team can answer any questions you may have. We also offer a large selection of headliners, trim and other interior accessories.

Headliner restoration and replacement is a steady source of income for many auto upholstery shops. It is a job that requires little time or skill and can be easily completed.

A headliner is made from a foam-backed cloth laminated to a molded cardboard or fiberglass panel, which is supported by surround moldings. Over time the foam backing begins to deteriorate and the cloth droops. Fortunately, there are some great fabrics and vinyls that can be used to repair these aging headliner materials and give your car’s interior the look it deserves. Some of our favorite materials include Foam Backed Cloth, Cotton Napped Cloth and Synthetic Cloth. You can also choose to have the entire piece covered in a different material that matches your vehicle’s trim.

When it comes to interior design, style is key. And, just like a picture frame, trim does much more than simply accentuate a wall or door – it defines the space, giving it its own character.

But just like a picture frame, there are many different types of trim and they all come in a variety of sizes, materials and styles. The most intricate type of trim is called crown molding and it is installed at the top of the wall. Using separate pieces for the top and sides, crown molding creates a richly detailed and ornate effect. But it’s important to understand that achieving this effect requires custom trim work – and only a professional can do the job! The good news is that custom trim work can add resale value to your home.

If you’re looking to upgrade the interior of your truck, consider a new set of custom door handles. These forged iron pieces function with a thumb latch and deadbolt and come in a variety of styles and finishes to complement your door color scheme.

One of the coolest things about Schlage’s newest line of custom hardware is that it can convert a non-locking handle into a locking version without disassembling the entire unit. It also has an extensive selection of knob and lever designs to choose from. It’s no secret that a good handle set can add an instant lift to any interior. Besides the obvious function of opening and closing a door, levers are also much more convenient for carrying groceries, luggage or kids.

One of the most important parts in the interior of any vehicle is the door and window crank handles. These handles are used every time you open or close the door and are also a great way to add a unique style to your vehicle. They offer custom window cranks to suit the style and functionality of your vehicle’s window panel.

Older, traditional casement windows commonly open and shut by means of an operable window crank mechanism, the handle of which is located at the bottom of the frame. This hand crank connects to a movable arm, which in turn connects to the sash (the part of the casement window that actually moves). Crank operated casement windows are mechanically flawed and have a high propensity to fail.