After years of use and normal wear and tear from everyday activities it is natural for your rug to become frayed, tattered, or even damaged. Professional rug repair can be the most affordable and safest way to have your antique rugs restored to their original condition. It is recommended to have a professional rug repair craftsman perform regular maintenance and repairs every 5 to 10 years to guarantee the beauty and value will last for generations to come.
Common Rug Repairs
Some common reasons to get your rug repaired are tears, holes, stretching, fringe damage, moth damage, and side repair. Repairing a rug is a precise practice, when it comes to matching wools, dyes, and patterns, it is important for even the smallest repairs to have a reputable craftsman repair your rug. Bring your rug in anytime to evaluate the condition and determine the next steps for these common repairs.
• Repairing a Hole
• Fringe Repair
• Moth Damage
• Side Repair
Whatever the extent of damage it is very important to seek out a reputable rug repair service to get it restored as soon as possible so that a simple repair job doesn’t become a more extensive and costly repair.
Oriental and Persian Rug Repairs
Oriental and Persian rugs are often handwoven antiques that are one of a kind and irreplaceable. Our job is to return the rug as close as possible to its original condition, which means our specialist must know their way around the weaving patterns, textures, and materials to accomplish this goal. Due to the low quantities and high demand for these styles of rugs, it is often better and more affordable to have your rug repaired by a professional rather than purchase a new one.
At Persian Galleries of Knoxville, we specialize in Persian and Oriental rug repairs, rug cleaning, stain removal, and all aspects of antique rug restorations. We have worked to solidify our expertise and knowledge of handling an array of fine restorations of antique rugs. Our skilled craftsmen will help to preserve and restore the beauty and longevity of your investment.