We restore water damaged artwork
When a work of art is damaged, you should secure the services of a trained conservator or restoration specialist as well as an accredited or certified art & antiques appraiser to assist with the insurance claim. Conservators or restoration specialists can provide you with opinions regarding restoration, while the appraiser can provide value opinions both before and after restoration.
The quality of the conservation is an important factor in determining diminished value although the monetary compensation for damage is never a reflection upon the quality of the conservation. Conservation can be 100% successful, yet the value of the artwork can be negatively affected. Conversely, even a partial restoration of certain works would affect their value to the positive.
Claims require a specific expertise of Consultants. Within the art damage appraisal industry we are one of the only fine art experts with over 40 years as an Art Property & Casualty adjuster. Our role as adjusters has been to investigate the insurance claim by meeting with all interested parties and making a physical inspection of the work or works of art to assess damages. We are guided by the insurance policy, which can have slight variations from company to company. We handle your damaged art work with the highest care while in transit.