Our long-standing family business is the legacy of the late Carrol Holshouser. In 1979, this savvy entrepreneur saw hotel and resort owners throwing out aluminum furniture on the streets of Myrtle Beach when the straps became damaged or broken. Carrol realized the aluminum frames were still in good shape; so, he picked them up and figured out a way to repair (or “restrap”) them. From there, the idea of “Furniture Restrapping” was born. Carrol and his wife, Jane, put the business into action out of their garage-turned-workshop.
Since then, Furniture Restrapping has undergone a transformation of its own. Now known as Custom Outdoor Furniture & Restrapping, this family-owned business is into its third generation of ownership — a rare feat here in the twenty-first century.
Thanks to our roots, much of our business still comes from commercial work for resorts/hotels, restaurants & HOAs — a surprising fact within the outdoor furniture industry. Since opening our showroom doors in 1999, the residential outdoor furniture side of our business has evolved. Ours is a unique, full-service operation with a 15,000-square foot showroom, warehouse & workshop. Now, we offer both commercial and residential customers a wide variety of elegant, high-quality outdoor furniture made by many well-known, respected manufacturers in the industry — and primarily made right here in the United States.
We are proud that Custom Outdoor Furniture & Restrapping has grown into a one-stop-shop for your outdoor furniture needs, whether it be commercial or residential. It’s always been our goal that our customers feel as if they are visiting with friends and family when stepping into our store. We have a friendly, professional sales staff and customer service is of utmost importance to our family. We stand behind everything we sell — and with our beautiful, stylish and built-to-last products, we have to admit: “Daddy Carroll” would be proud.
Without our father, Carrol Holshouser, there would be no Custom Outdoor Furniture & Restrapping. Daddy Carrol passed away at the same time Hurricane Matthew hit the Grand Strand. A force of nature hit our area, a force of life left our home. He passed onto us his passion for life, a strong work ethic, and his drive to keep people satisfied. We’ve never had a customer, but we have plenty of friends that have chosen to do business with us.