The big J, “our client, Jane, had a massive loss”

Updated:  December 14, 2016

Just another massive project we’re doing for a leading insurance brokerage firm. The work keeps piling in and can you believe that a good percentage of it is re-work resulted from dodgy repairs by another restoration/polishing company. No names being mentioned but if they’re following us on social media, I guess they already know by now! (not sorry!)

There’s plenty of work out there for all of us, just do it properly so that the industry reputations remains intact.


December 5, 2016

This is a story that we all hope would never happen to us.

Jane had a flood loss some 2 years ago, and the furniture and silverware involved is now being restored for the third time. The first two attempts were by other restorers and the stories are just amazing. Furniture coming back to her in multi-coloured tones in an attempt to hide some of the repair sins, pieces of fine antiques lost or missing, the chair arm rests from 2 carver dining chairs missing, and the mounting holes where the arms used to plugged with putty together with a denial that there were ever arms there, antique veneered silverware canteens with the veneer sanded straight through and the list just goes on and on…

Renowned Furniture and our fine master craftsmen to the rescue!