Have you ever had your house flood? Or, perhaps, you had a water leak that caused damage to your home? In either case, who did you call? Your local Emergency Water Restoration company, of course.
Once they get the call, Day or Night, they act quickly and soon are at your front door, dressed and ready to take action. They assess the damaged areas and quickly start containing your home in order to stop any further damage that can be created by water. What a sigh of relief as they take that heavy burden off your shoulders.
Now that your home is in good hands. What about your items that were damaged; such as your FINE ARTS? What do you do with them? Now, again your Restoration company may be the perfect solution…after all, they have their heavy-duty fans that can dry most anything, including your Fine Arts. But if it falls to you to get your Fine Arts restored, or if you have to get the insurance company to reimburse you for loss…. Then please read on. We can help continue to remove some of your burden as we are a Fine Arts Appraisal and Restoration firm, plus we have had firsthand experience with Restoration and Insurance companies.
~For our Beloved Water Restoration Companies and Those Who Carry The Burden of Finding a Firm
Who Can Help Restore Your Art, then PLEASE Read On~
You may be wondering what we can do to help ease your work load: Well, let us enlighten you with what we can do for you:
Your Clients will need Appraisals on all their damaged Fine Arts, which we, an accredited appraisal firm, can provide; we appraise paintings, bronzes, furs, firearms, all Southwest and Indian artifacts, including pottery, baskets, and rugs, we also appraise gems, jewelry, and some vintage and antique furniture, From all eras and any century.
Not everyone has current appraisals on their Fine Arts. We know that in their time of crisis, your clients will need genuine, thorough, and fast acting help in all areas. Our appraiser has worked previously as an Insurance Representative for a total of 19 years.
If your clients do have current insurance, then wonderful; however, we can determine if the damaged Fine Arts can be restored and how much loss each ‘piece’ has sustained: These are Big Questions for the Claim’s agent.
We can restore the Artwork that has been damaged (if possible). Our appraiser has restored items with water damage on numerous occasions. She is detailed and can complete this task in a decent amount of time (taking into consideration what type and how much damage the ‘piece’ has sustained).
Things that should be restored right away are the water damaged ‘pieces’. You know what kind of effects mildew has on objects plus it invades your client’s health. You have your wonderful fans that can dry most anything, preventing formation and growth. You know exactly what to do to get rid of mold and mildew, if already there.