Congratulations to a magical seven years in existence for Picture Worth Custom Framing! The framing and fun continues with custom framing and awards from Picture Worth Custom Framing.
At Picture Worth Custom Framing, we begin your job with the raw materials, 8-10foot #moulding, #conservation mat board, #conservation foamboard, #glass or #plexi, hanging materials, and #conservation backing. Each work of art is carefully handcrafted at our #fullservice location. If you are not satisfied with our work, we will fix it at no cost to you. That is our guarantee and it is one of the things that makes us one of the #highest #rated #custom #art and #picture #framing companies in the nation.
At #PictureWorthCustomFraming, we specialize in #float #frames of #regular or #oversize. The #canvasfloat in this picture is about 6 feet by 6 feet.
We are still cranking out the highest quality artwork, even with everything under construction.
Picture Worth Custom Framing moved from a much smaller location to a much bigger and more accommodating workspace. Yes, we have had delays, due to build out, but we still keep churning out our high quality custom framing.
Once our new space is complete, it will completely transform our company’s capabilities for the better. Picture Worth Custom Framing will be a lot more versatile, efficient, and faster.
Stay tuned for the grand opening of the new and improved Picture Worth Custom Framing art company.
Your artwork, just like almost anything in life, is as good as its weakest point. You must be careful to make an even investment and avoid skimping on a valuable category, in order to maximize return on investment. Good frame, good matting, good glazing (glass), good craftsmanship, and good care-taking = good appraisal valuation and good return on investment. Slight any one of these categories and it could spell doom for your investment. Pay for it once, do it right, and take it to real professionals.
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