Whether it is a regular maintenance rug repair or a specific event which caused damage to your beautiful rug, we care for it all! Repairs don’t have to be expensive and to prove that, every day we handle variety of repairs from a simple securing to fully re-weaving your rug and we help you decide which makes the most sense for you! Our truly artisan master weavers with over four decades of experience can repair any rug damage caused by anything on any type of rug!
End & Side Repair
Your rug’s end fringes are part of the foundation on which your rug is woven on. After years of use they need to be repaired to ensure they continue to keep the rug intact and prevent the rug ends and sides from opening up. Fixing this is a very routine procedure for our master weavers and we custom repair this based on the make and quality of your rug. We ensure this repair to last many years.
This process is when our master weavers actually recreate the design of your rug, putting to use their years of experience and expertise. Under the direct supervision of Dr. Kay and Kash, a master weaver can recreate even the most intricate patterns, making most rugs look like the damage had never occurred in the first place.
After sanitizing your rugs from moth, our master weavers work on reweaving the holes caused by moth. This is done through careful analysis to match the design and color and to ensure the weave is strong enough for vacuuming and future cleanings.
Sheepskin & Hides Repair
We get shipments from all over the nation for sheepskins including Mongolian sheepskins, goat hides, cowhides, zebra hides, and many other hides to fix rips and tears, install new backing, fix holes and missing areas, cleaning and softening.
Pocket for Hanging
We have come came up with a unique hand sewing technique to put a pocket on the back of your rugs for hanging without any signs of stitching on the front. Safely hang your rugs without any risk of wrinkling, tears and miss-shaping.
Other repairs include expert tapestry repairs, re-fringing, mold and water damage restoration, new backing, braiding or chain stitch, and more.