Leather Repair & Restoration Services in Dallas-Fort Worth
The Best Restoration Job Ever!
Check out the cover story The Best Restoration Job Ever!, in our May 2015 Newsletter, Contents Solutions: The Go-To Guide For Professional Property Restoration. This story highlights the unique cleaning methods contents specialists use to restore items to pre-loss condition – saving the insurance company a significant sum and preserving valuables from family heirlooms to leather boots and commercial electronics.
Leather Contents Damage Assessment
We start our leather restoration process with a damage assessment. Dalworth Restoration's contents restoration team will determine the extent of your leather and furniture damage and determine the cost to repair and restore versus the cost to replace, so you can have reasonable expectations about the restoration of your leather contents. We generally can restore the majority of leather furniture and leather soft goods with our contents restoration services. After our inspection, we provide you with a estimate before we begin the contents restoration process. The estimate is a computer generated report that includes a line item cost for repairs and replacements.
High-Saturation Ozone Cleaning Method
Dalworth Restoration uses high-saturation ozone washing to remove heavy smoke odor, soot or soil. This cleaning method uses a gentle, specialized detergent to clean and moisturize leather by infusing oils back into the leather.
Cryogenic Drying Method
The cryogenic drying method is Dalworth Restoration's preferred method for restoring water-damaged leather as the short liquid phase has benefits when preserving leather contents. In cryogenic drying a slight amount of moisture is retained in each item in this drying method. A short liquid state is involved, unlike the vacuum freeze-drying method (where the item is completely dried in the process bypassing the liquid phase by sublimation). The short liquid phase has benefits when preserving leather, paintings and paper.
Benefits of Cryogenic Drying Method
- Effective in restoring water-damaged leather
- Effective in restoring paintings
- Less warping of books and documents
Although the cryogenic drying method can be more costly than other drying methods, it can be justified when restoring exspensive leather items, antiques, sentimental items, and rare books or valuable documents - especially when the cost to restore is less than the cost to replace.
Timely response and quick action are crucial for best results with any contents restoration method. Contact us now to dispatch a professional contents team to your location to sort, pack, transport, clean and restore your furniture, upholstery and leather contents. Call Dalworth restoration at 817-203-2944 to restore your contents in Dallas, Fort Worth, Arlington or surrounding cities in the North Texas service area. We provide Inspection, Estimates and Direct Insurance Billing.