Art Restoration


Art Restoration Services

CRDN is the recognized leader in art restoration services and the only coast-to-coast network of professionals in the U.S. and Canada providing these services. We work directly with insurance adjusters, restoration mitigators and policyholders to assess and document the damage to a policyholder's items. Our teams are trained by expert art conservators to handle even delicate items using conservator-recognized art restoration techniques and chemistry. When required, we utilize our network of art conservators to restore extremely delicate or highly valued items.

What is Art Restoration?

In every home or business there are items that are cherished for one reason or another. These items could be worth a lot of money or simply hold significant sentimental value. Items like photographs, collectibles, memorabilia, antiques, artwork, or sculptures are examples of items we can restore following a fire or water damage event.

Restoration of items damaged by fire or water is a hands-on process – There are no shortcuts. The most typical damage we see is from smoke, soot, water, or mildew. CRDN technicians are trained to remove contaminants in a manner which does not harm the item. To achieve this, we utilize conservator-approved processes to clean, deodorize and disinfect damaged items while still maintaining its integrity. Our goal, always, is to restore the item to its pre-loss condition or better.

Paintings & Works on Paper

  • Paintings
  • Prints/Lithographs
  • Drawings (Pen, Ink, Charcoal, Pastels etc.)
  • Event and Content Posters

Objects and Collectables

  • Hummel / Precious Moments etc.
  • Intricate Vases
  • China
  • Tiffany Lamps


  • Photo Albums
  • Framed Photos
  • Stacks of Photos

Murals and Mosaics

  • Permanent and non-permanent installations


  • China and Porcelain Dolls
  • American Doll Collections
  • Doll Clothing


  • Porous materials (such as fiber, wood, marble, unglazed granite etc.)
  • Non-porous materials (such as bronze, other metals, porcelain, glass, etc.)


  • Shoulder Mounts
  • Trophy Mounts
  • Full Body Mounts


  • Coins
  • Baseball Cards
  • Comic Books
  • Military Apparel Displays

Fine Antiques

  • Clocks
  • Frames
  • Lamps
  • Rugs
  • Toys

Sports Collections & Memorabilia

  • Jerseys
  • Baseballs / Basketballs
  • Hats
  • Bats / Hockey Sticks
  • Signed Memorabilia

Wall Hangings & Fiber Art

  • Woven Art Pieces
  • Handmade Quilts
  • Tapestries
  • Flags
  • Textile Art

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