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Custom Framing And Restoration
Protect the value of your artwork with proper framing. Proper framing is necessary to protect your pictures and artwork from the destructive effects of sunlight and changes in humidity. You can choose from our vast inventory of frames–including domestic or imported hardwood, as well as sustainable eco–friendly frames. See Classification of Picture Frames.
Many things have changed since our doors first opened over two decades ago, but our dedication to providing you with superior service has not. Framin’ Place’s master craftsmen endeavor to provide the most appropriate custom–made display for your art. They are experienced in performing commercial, custom and museum–quality framing to enhance and protect your artwork.
Do you have an older piece of art that has seen better days? Bring your damaged artwork to us to determine if a restoration is possible. Chances are that your piece could look again, as if it had just come from the original craftsman’s workshop.
Your fine art is safe with us!
We have personnel with extensive experience in museum-quality framing. We, therefore, are particularly adept at framing fine art.
Entrust your works of art to the qualified, experienced staff of the Framin’ Place
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We can help to protect your art from the adverse effects of the environment. Framing is an important form of this protection. You will find that our personnel is experienced in performing commercial, custom, and archival–framing.
Archival framing protective processing is the optimal choice for important works of art. For example, archival framers will only use linen tape to secure the work of art to the mat. They never use cellophane tape or masking tape, or glue to secure a work of art.
Ultraviolet-blocking glass is used to protect works of art from sunlight. Even so, works of art should never be exposed to direct sunlight or bright artificial light.
Glass-touching art is to be avoided. Condensation and various contaminants can adhere to the glass and damage the enclosed art. For this reason, archival framers use acid-free mats. If mats can’t be used, for whatever reason, plastic spacers will be substituted.
One key to archival framing is to use reversible techniques.
Alas, archival framing is not inexpensive, so the value of your art must be considered. Do question your chosen framer for your best options. Also, The Library of Congress is a good source of information.
We at Framin’ Place will be happy to explore choices with you and answer all your questions.