Perhaps you have church steeples that have been damaged by weather over time and require serious attention to avoid interior decimation. Or perhaps your used church pews are becoming so worn that they no longer match the aesthetic of the sanctuary or are otherwise not as functional as they used to be.
If either of these problems–or other church maintenance issues, for that matter–are of concern to you, it probably makes sense to find a professional company in your area that specializes in steeple repair, the refurbished of church pews, and more.
When it comes to pews, specifically, there are a number of different options available that have both stylistic and practical implications. For example, you may want basic wooden pews without any additional ornamentation or accoutrements, such as footrests or cushions. You may find that this particular style is more commonly used in Protestant churches.
In Catholic churches–and other denominations for that matter–that include group prayer as part of the liturgy, it is typical for the pews to come equipped with “kneelers” attached to the back, so that those seated behind can use them for prayer.
If you have additional questions, comments, or suggestions, regarding pews, steeples, or other church furnishings, be sure to share them in the forum below.