When working with your book or paper-based materials, the primary goal is to save as much of the original material as possible and provide a binding that is sound and flexible. The piece retains its look and integrity and is protected from further damage.
Treatments are based on a thorough examination of the book or materials and a consultation with you on its intended use and how it will be stored. Archival materials are used throughout in accordance with the International Conservation Standards.
Boxes and enclosures provide a strong and secure housing for your work or objects. Constructed of the finest archival materials, they protect your possessions from careless handling, light damage and dust.