Restoration

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We offer exceptional comprehensive water, fire, and smoke damage restoration services. If you have experienced a fire or flood in your home or building, we will be there to masterfully restore your family heirlooms, furniture, upholstered walls, headboards, carpeting, and any other fabrics and textiles that have been damaged. We have been widely recognized as one of the most reputable cleaning and restoration establishments in the world and we will use our years of experience and expertise to restore your damaged garments and furnishings to their original condition.

We remove any unpleasant odors and restore any badly stained or water-damaged garments and fabrics to their original condition. Fire debris does not only pose a risk to your garments and home textiles, but also to your health. We combat these harmful effects by removing dust and performing comprehensive air purification services to your home.

If you feel that your apparel or textiles have been damaged beyond repair, let us make the final determination. We do all that we can to ensure that we can restore your valued possessions to the way you remember them.

Apparel and home textiles that are not treated immediately after contamination can develop airborne mold spores and harmful residue, so it is essential that you contact us as soon as possible. Please complete the Restoration Evaluation Form. If you are interested in a complimentary assessment and consultation on-site, please give us a call at 347-689-7010.

RIA Visits Madame Paulette!

Because of our extensive expertise in the field of restoration, the Restoration Industry Association (RIA) chose to tour our facility in the fall of 2012 to view our daily operations and carefully developed step-by-step restoration process. Please see the video, below, of the sire visit.

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Recent Commissions

Currently, we are doing pro bono work for the NYC Police Museum to save police uniforms, dating from the late 1800’s to the early 1900’s, that were damaged by Hurricane Sandy. We will also be working pro bono with the National Guard Militia Museum of New Jersey, to restore WWI National Guard uniforms and accessories that were also severely damaged by Hurricane Sandy.

We have recently restored a late 1800s uniform worn by Winston Churchill (Pictured above). A brief history on the piece and the original owner of the uniform can be read here.
Restoration Evaluation

You can benefit from the vast expertise that we have to offer. As a true pioneer in our industry-with unprecedented techniques and processes we can assist you in the comprehensive restoration and preservation of your customers’ most valued possessions. If you encounter any apparel or interior textiles that have been damaged due to water, fire or smoke in which you feel are “unsalvageable”, or you feel “cannot be fully restored”, we will be available to assist you in making a final determination, with final authority, the parameters of what is able to be salvaged and/or able to be fully restored.

We can perform an initial assessment via digital photographs as well as provide complimentary testing and consultations on-site. Below, please find our custom copyrighted evaluation form.

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