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Don’t delay - schedule your Spring and Summer Cleaning Today!
One of the best ways to ensure your outdoor collection retains its value and beauty is through preventative maintenance. Artech specializes in providing professional cleaning and preservation of outdoor artwork through regular maintenance programs. Metal and wood artworks can be impacted by the elements, as well as exhaust, soot and contact with the public.
Some outdoor works are susceptible to insect, bird or other small animal infestation. Bird droppings can leave a permanent stain if left untreated. Over time, the effects of these elements can cause damage that cannot be reversed, and maybe not even arrested. Caring for your collection by implementing a regular maintenance program will help preserve the work for the long term.
Works such as wood art, artifacts and story or totem poles should be carefully inspected by professionals in order to determine the best preservation treatment. Wood is especially susceptible to rot and infestations that can cause permanent damage. Our lead wood restorer will review your work and recommend a maintenance and preservation solution.
Our experts are prepared to provide whatever is required for the repair or restoration of your outdoor artwork. From washing and waxing to the construction and installation of a proper mount system to lift the object from the ground, we’ll work with you to determine the best course of action for your collection.
If your collection is installed in the greater Puget Sound area, you know the window for outdoor work is typically from June - September, so be sure to schedule your maintenance soon to get on our schedule. If your work is outside of the Pacific Northwest and in a more weather-friendly area, we’ll make arrangements to service your collection at any time. The best way to care for your collection is to ensure that it is maintained by the expert teams at Artech.
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