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Las Vegas Hauling Junk & Moving Recliner Disposal
Las Vegas Hauling Junk & Moving provides recliner removal in Las Vegas at a low cost. We specialize in removing recliner and furniture that is no longer needed row wanted. We make every effort to donate it so it can be cleaned and reused for someone else.
Most recliners are heavy and awkward to move, luckily for you we are certified professionals in maneuvering and handling the removal of any kind of furniture, large or small heavy or awkward, up or down the steps, no problem.
In most instances we can remove your recliner same day and really fast too, all you need to do is call, schedule and book your appointment for your recliner furniture to be removed. After then you will get a time frame and we will arrive with our truck, in uniform and sweep the area clean after we remove your piece of recliner furniture.
So rest assured, call us to remove your recliner furniture, we are looking forward into handling your next removal. We make the process easy as 1-2-3 when removing recliner furniture of any kind including couches that are too big to get out, sofas, loveseats, dressers, armoires, any kind of old beatup furniture that you want to get rid of just give us a call.
A recliner is an armchair or sofa that reclines when the occupant lowers the chair’s back and raises its front. It has a backrest that can be tilted back, and often a footrest that may be extended by means of a lever on the side of the chair, or may extend automatically when the back is reclined.
A recliner is also known as a reclining chair, lounger and an armchair.
Modern recliners often feature an adjustable headrest, lumbar support and an independent footstool that adjusts with the weight and angle of the user’s legs to maximize comfort. Additional features include heat, massage and vibration. Some models are wheelchair accessible.
Recliners can also accommodate a near supine position for sleeping, and are common in airplanes and trains, as well as in homes.
A riser armchair or lift chair includes a standing-up system, for elderly and people with limited mobility.
Around 1850, the French introduced a reclining camp bed that could serve as a chair, a bed and a chaise longue. It was portable and featured padded arm rests and a steel frame. In the late 1800s, many designs were found for motion chairs that were made of wood with a padded seat and back. Designs from France and America included a document or book holder. The first reclining chair was reportedly owned by Napoleon III.
Knabush and Shoemaker, two American cousins, are credited with gaining a patent on a wooden recliner. The design was the same wooden bench recliner found in other designs. Issued in 1928, the patent led to the founding of La-Z-Boy. In 1930, Knabush and Shoemaker patented an upholstered model with a mechanical movement.
in 1959, Daniel F. Caldemeyer patented a recliner as owner of National Furniture Mfg. Co based in Evansville, Indiana. His name was based on the fact that he developed his chair based on the science of kinetics that he used while serving in the US Air Force. His design was used by NASA for the seats in Projects Mercury, Gemini and Apollo.
His chairs were used in the ready room for these missions and can be seen in the movie Apollo 13. The Secret Service bought 50 of them for President Lyndon Baines Johnson as a Christmas gift. A Life magazine photo of President Johnson, post gall bladder surgery, has the President lifting his shirt and showing his scar while sitting in one of these chairs. The Presidential Seal was embossed on these chairs with one currently in the Smithsonian Institution and another at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum. With over 300 patents, Caldemeyer added the foot lift rest, heated seating and massage features to this chair and had the patent for the first entertainment center.
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