Handmade rugs occasionally need minor repairs. Our professional staff will also thoroughly check your rugs and recommend any needed repairs. The repairs can be made in our workroom. You may also consider replacing your old pads with new ones. New pads can be put down when your rugs are returned.
Rug wear is inevitable, but frequently rotating your rug 180 degrees will help equalize the effects of wear.
Dampness can cause mildew or deterioration of the threads and fabrics of your rug. Avoid soaking your rug when cleaning a spill. Moths are another threat to a rug's longevity. To protect it, move your rug from time to time, and keep it exposed to air and light. Continual exposure to sunlight will eventually cause a rug's colors to fade and make the fabric brittle. Display your rug in such a way that it is protected against too much sunlight.
Contact us via email or call 713-528-2666 to schedule rug restoration services.
Accurately assessing a rug’s price can be a difficult task. Many factors can greatly influence market value including decorating trends, size, color, and condition. As a member of the International Society of Appraisers, Matt Camron is able to provide an expert, accurate appraisal of any antique rug and account for these constantly changing variables. If you are interested in learning more about our appraisal services, please email us or call 713-528-2666.
Planning for a special event, photo shoot, or a temporary relocation? Matt Camron is pleased to offer short- and long-term rental options from our extensive collection of rugs. Whether you need a rug for a party or a longer-term event, Matt Camron can help you select the perfect piece that will match your timeframe. If you would like to learn more about our rental options, please email us or call 713-528-2666.