The leather sofa is mostly the most used part in your living space. Such a heavy use for several years may damage parts of the sofa’s frame, springs, filling or even the leather cover causing sagging in one or more parts of the sofa. Similarly, you or one of your family members may use a certain part of your leather sofa regularly causing it to wear before the rest of your sofa.
The high quality sofa with a good base, spring, and filling will be less vulnerable to sagging even if the leather is stretching. You need just to test your new leather before concluding your purchasing deal and make sure that the thickness of its leather hide is suitable and that the tannery stretched the leather properly during the different stages of its manufacturing processes. Instead, you can get a sofa with removable cushions with the same size to switch their positions and avoid the sofa’s sagging without sacrificing its comfort.
If your leather sofa is already sagging, you can call the nearest sofa maintaining team or fix the problem yourself. To fix your leather sofa yourself, you should define the damaged part of the sofa and replace it.
When you inspect the frame, you should find any rotten, broken, bowed out, or cracked wood, but be careful and avoid cutting the fabric pieces or damaging the valid parts. You may even need to remove the dust cover carefully and check the zigzag or coiled springs and\or replace them.
You can remove the old and soft filling of your cushion and wash its cover to keep its fresh look and texture. In addition to the filling, you can replace or refresh the batting of your leather sofa or cushions or even mix new materials with the existing batting materials. In all cases, your lifestyle and the date of purchasing such a leather sofa will help you define the main reason of its sagging to fix it without replacing the whole sofa or spending too much money.