Gramco Furniture Restoration Co.
32220 MI. Ave.
Wayne Mi 48184 to Farmington Michigan 48331

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Antique Furniture Restoration, repair and Refinishing

When considering a furniture revitalization project we invite you to visit our showroom. From Farmington , it's just a short drive. You can see exceptional furniture on display at our showroom in Wayne. We usually have many pieces of antique and contemporary furniture on display for you to see to help you decide on the finish treatment for your project.
Give us a call to arrange for an appointment, 734-728-3719.

In Home Refinishing Estimates

If you would like Gramco will come to your home or office.
We're in the Farmington area often and would be glad to stop by. we can evaluate and prepare a complete plan of action for your repair and restoration project.

Furniture refinishing Farmington Mi.

At Gramco we believe that our history is an important part of who we are, We are proud to be part of the preservation of our past.
An interesting bit of Farmington's history which is believed to be part reality, part speculation, is the story of Farmington's part in the Underground Railroad.
The peace-loving Quakers were supporters, of course, of the Abolitionist ideals of freedom for all, so it is natural to assume that they would give what aid they could to runaway slaves traveling to Canada. It is believed that the Farmington routes were used only when the direct passage to Detroit was blocked by the watchfulness of slave hunters. Although there is no actual evidence to support the claims, several buildings in Farmington are said to have been stations along this route. The first was the old Quaker Meeting House, where Arthur Power lived after 1836. Located on Gill Road, it is now a Convalescent Home. Other purported stations on the Underground Railroad include: the Philbrick Tavern at Eleven Mile Road and Power, now a private residence; the basement of the First Baptist Church; a home owned by a Judd Webster, which stood where the Thayer-Rock Funeral Home is now located; and the Shaupter Place on Grand River, which is now Executive Office Supply.