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Is worth a pound of cure. It is always recommended to have your rug repaired as early as possible. That way further damage is prevented and the the repair is easier and more affordable to complete. We repair and restore all styles of rugs for customers and rug dealers alike. We routinely service everything ranging from securing fringes and serges to repairing tears, holes and restoring moth damage.
Read more on our service below or email us images of the damage for a free quotation. If you prefer, contact us now to get a free quote and consultation.
Our repair technicians and weavers are specially trained in the art of rug restoration and repair. Any repairs we suggest are based on our understanding of the fiber and construction of each individual rug with a desire to be as true to the original design and retaining as much of the rug’s value as possible.
Professional appraisals are based on our combined experience and schooling. They include identification, knot count, a complete description and an estimate of market value. The insured value of an antique or semi-antique rug is quite a bit higher than the market value and is typically lower than the sentimental value.
Common Repairs & Requests
FRINGE – Fringes and sides (selvages) are the most commonly repaired areas. Repairs run from singular areas of attention to complete replacement or re-construction.
RE-WEAVING – Re-weaving can range from a small dog chew on the side of a rug where a few warps, wefts and re-knotting are required, to larger areas that require exacting structural work. Like kind and quality of materials and hand knotting are used to match the original carpet.
DYE WORK – Occasionally it is possible if necessary to rectify damage with careful dye work. Not all carpets can accept this so it is important to both see the rug and also to first test the process at no charge.
MOUNTING – A Velcro system similar to what textile museums use to display their rugs is utilized. By using a finer stitch, a wide soft Velcro is attached unseen through the structure of the carpet. This is mated to rough wide Velcro securely mounted to a molding which attaches to the wall.