FACL, Inc. is known for its Las Vegas disaster response, especially services such as smoke, fire, mold, and water-damaged painting restoration. We have over 30 years of experience and have worked on a wide variety of items, including paintings, murals, heirlooms, and collectibles. We understand that art and collectibles are often irreplaceable, and we take great care to restore them to their former glory.
Our disaster response services include:
- Emergency assessment: We will quickly assess the damage to your art and collectibles and develop a plan for restoration.
- Stabilization: We will take steps to prevent further damage to your art and collectibles.
- Cleaning: We will clean your art and collectibles using gentle methods that will not damage them.
- Repair: We will repair any damage to your art and collectibles using traditional and innovative techniques.
- Restoration: We will restore your art and collectibles to their former glory.
We also offer a variety of other services, such as:
Storage: We can provide secure storage for your art and collectibles.
Transportation: We can safely transport your art and collectibles to and from our facility.
Fine Art Conservation Laboratories’ 45 years of expertise in preserving and restoring art offers invaluable help and practical knowledge for helping people through the insurance claim process for damaged collectibles and art pieces. Our experienced team understands the complexities of insurance claims related to art, heirlooms, and antiques, providing reports that are properly prepared with information that the insurance company never puts in doubt. Fine Art Conservation Laboratories charges flat fees for this work, not a percentage of the claim settlement, and our expertise is honored nationwide. Let us help make the art, heirloom, and collectible part of the insurance claim process as seamless as possible and preserve your peace of mind.
If you have any art or collectibles that have been damaged by a disaster, please contact Fine Art Conservation Laboratories today. We will work with you to restore your treasures to their former glory.
Here are some additional tips for protecting your art and collectibles from disasters:
- Keep them in a safe place. This means keeping them away from water, moisture, and pests.
- Handle them with care. Avoid touching the surface of the artwork or heirloom with your bare hands.
- Clean them regularly. Use a soft brush or cloth to remove dust and dirt.
- Get them professionally insured. This will help to protect you financially in case your art or heirlooms are damaged.
- Develop a disaster plan. This plan should include steps for how you will protect your art and collectibles in the event of a disaster.
Some additional things to keep in mind when choosing a disaster response service:
- Make sure the company has experience working with art and collectibles, taking special consideration into specific services such as fire, earth, and water-damaged painting restoration.
- Get references from previous clients.
- Ask about the company’s insurance and security measures.
- Get a written estimate of the costs involved.
By following these tips, you can be sure to choose a disaster response service that will protect your art and collectibles to the best of their ability. Feel free to give us a call for any questions or if you’re interested in our services: (702) 757-3820.
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