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The Furniture Guys

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The Furniture Guys are Joe L'Erario and Ed Feldman, stars of Furniture on the Mend, Furniture to Go and Men in Tool-belts. The Furniture Guys design, manufacture and install furniture. 

 

History

Beginning in the early 90's the Guys made a pitch to PBS​ in Philadelphia and landed a show doing what they knew best: how to laugh and get the job finished. Both guys had expertise in the furniture industry. Ed owned Classic Furniture Services which did in-house repair on peoples’ furniture, while Joe’s Refinishing by Vincent catered to refurbishing bar and restaurant interiors as well as private clients.[2]

 

The hitch with PBS allowed them to fill 14 half hour shows with refinishing and upholstery projects in a fun and informative style, which wasn’t (and isn’t) present in the how-to genre. Ed and Joe quickly developed a loyal following in and around the Philadelphia​ area and this allowed for the move to cable in 1993. Together, Joe and Ed spent the next eight years making trend-setting how-to television shows.[2]

 

The guys have over 175 shows under their tool-belts, numerous speaking engagements, a Cable Ace award, (won the '94 'Best Host' category), and are the authors of The Furniture Guys Book.[2]

 

They have made appearances on most of the A.M. talk shows including Good Morning America​, Regis and Cathy Lee, Maury Povich and The View.[2]

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