What can we restore?

Harwell can restore a wide range of media after damage from various perils, including:

  • Fire
  • Water damage
  • Explosion
  • Sewage flood
  • Mould damage contamination
  • Infestation

Harwell can achieve outstanding results in restoring information after all these perils - even materials which may appear beyond restoration can be cost-effectively restored and reinstated to their previous use. Objects we regularly handle include:

  • Financial documentation and other business records
  • Archival documents (including parchment)
  • School materials, including exercise books, textbooks, teaching materials
  • Photographs (including albums, slides, transparencies, black & white/colour transparencies)
  • Maps, plans, blueprints, architectural drawings
  • Legal documentation (including deeds)
  • Books, both modern and antiquarian in a wide range of bindings and covers, including leather, Minute Books etc
  • Currency
  • Prints, drawings, works of art on paper
  • Oil paintings and watercolours
  • Audio-visual media (tapes, videos, DVDs, microfilm etc)

Harwell is committed to providing a high quality result in order to ensure complete customer satisfaction, both for the insurer and insured.

We are able to provide a turnkey restoration solution to many other objects, including ceramics, metal, furniture and textiles via our network of conservators and will always strive to source a solution for our customers when seeking a restoration solution for an unusual object.