can be easily cut down. Here is how....
Take the molding off around the end (be careful
not to break it) and underneath there will be
screws. Look under the end for screws
also. Remove the screws and pull the end
off (might be tight). You can use a
rubber hammer if needed.
on how much you are cutting back) peel back the
fabric and foam. You can cut the foam with a
knife or scissors as needed.. Leave enough
fabric to wrap back around the end.
with a Skil type (circular) or reciprocating
saw, cut right down the back
(watch for screws/nails) and then cut the seat.
Some pews may vary in design, but you can
usually cut straight down and then cut the seat,
then rewrap the fabric around the end, then put
the end back on. Any carpenter should be
able to do it. Most people charge
about $50-100 to cut one down. We also
have some people
available to help here.
Hint: If you want the
bookracks and supports to be evenly spaced, you
may wish to cut down from both ends.