Conservation / damage restoration

“Professional damage restoration with experience, competence and fairness“

Sudden events such as exposure to water or fires can severely damage or even destroy entire stocks in a very short time. Action must be taken as quickly as possible if a total loss is to be prevented and consequential damage is to be limited.

But slow processes, such as mould growth or – almost insidiously – the acid decay of paper, also require proper countermeasures.

Water and fire damage restoration, mass deacidification, mould treatment, cleaning and inventory protection
  • Mould treatment/dry cleaning according to TRBA 240
  • Freeze-drying after water damage
  • Cleaning of all types of contamination
  • Odour and soot removal after fires
  • Advice on questions of disaster prevention
  • Conservation reorganisation of archive and library materials