Frequently Asked Questions
The cost of your art in no way relates to the cost of the materials and labor involved in framing the art. From the time you bring in your item for framing, until it is completed in our shop by our experienced professionals, the elements included in the “package”- art, frame, glass, mats, etc. – have been handled more than 15 times. Larger sizes of art will require more framing materials, which along with the cost of labor to prepare the materials and assemble them into a finished frame, will dictate the cost involved.
By definition, a custom picture frame is one of a kind. A well-designed, well-made custom frame will last for many more years than most home décor, so the value is worth the time you wish for your art and framing to last.
Of course, we offer a variety of mouldings, matboards, and glass to suit a range of price points. We are happy to give you an estimate and work with you to achieve the look that you desire while staying within your budget.
We usually give a 2 week turn around.
Yes, we do. You can read more here.
Glazing is a product used to cover the art either glass or acrylic. It is used to protect it from light, dirt, dust, UV rays.
We can use any of the following on most projects: Art glass, Conservation glass, Regular glass, Museum glass, Regular acrylic, UV acrylic, Optium acrylic.
Floater frames are specifically designed for stretched canvases to present the illusion of floating. Floater frames are not limited to just stretched canvases but glazing is not used in floater frames.
They are 1/8″ or 1/4″ plastic strips that are placed inside the frame that separates the art from the glass.
If the art is not high value or irreplaceable, dry mounting is our preferred process. Dry mounting is when the art is placed in a vacuum heat press and is permanently adhered to a backing board.
Yes, we are able to ship out of state. The cost is on a case by case basis.
We use a computerized, point-of-sale system to price our framing projects. This allows us to give you an exact price that covers all of the components you have selected. By using a computer system, we can focus our efforts on the design of the piece rather than the intricacies of manual pricing. We can also make changes to a design with the computer recalculating the price rather than having to start the process all over again. When we give you a price, it includes all the materials and labor required to complete the job.