Reweaving Hand Knotted Rugs

Yes, we can reweave your hand knotted rug and save your heirloom.  The picture attached shows a rug that had been damaged over the years.  The customer thought that the rug would have to be cut down or live with the damage look.

We were able to reweave the rug by recreating the backing and tying new knots to the rug following the pattern of the original designer.  Yes we can fix any size damage and bring your rug back to life.  We have the ability and training to complete this task and oh by the way, we also can clean the rug too.

Note:  We can handle any size issue when it comes to area rugs no matter the origin of the rug.  We have the ability to get the correct materials to keep your rug authentic and make your rug new again.

We love reweaving rugs in fact; Robin and the staff enjoy learning the entire story of your rugs as they work on them.  We also clean, repair/reweave fringe, can replace or create a binding/Serging for your machine made rugs, and we can even create a hanging system for your rugs.

If your rug has experienced any damage, please feel free to give us a call or better yet, bring it on by for us to inspect and evaluate what we can do for you and your rugs.  

Until next time, Rugman Out!

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