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At Home Installation

Professional Installation 

At Home Installation 

When you need to hang mul­ti­ple pieces of art in a com­mer­cial or res­i­den­tial set­ting, doing the job your­self can lead to time­ly and cost­ly mis­takes. There’s a lot of leg­work involved in pic­ture hang­ing to ensure all pieces are lev­el, spaced prop­er­ly, secure­ly attached to the wall and the right type of anchors and fas­ten­ers are used.

We’re hap­py to go above and beyond for our cus­tomers and in that spir­it, we are now offer­ing at home instal­la­tion for all of your art and light­ing needs.

Whether you’re hang­ing art on a gallery wall or in the hall of your home, pro­fes­sion­al hang­ing ser­vice and at home instal­la­tion is the best way to ensure success.

Commercial & Residential Art Installation 

Picture Hanging & Art Installation 

What­ev­er size of pic­ture, art­work or cus­tom frame you may have, we can han­dle the instal­la­tion process. Our pic­ture hang­ing ser­vice is avail­able for art gal­leries, com­mer­cial and res­i­den­tial cus­tomers. Our pro­fes­sion­al art hang­ers are well versed in all of the intri­ca­cies of pic­ture hang­ing on a vari­ety of dif­fer­ent wall types.

Nothing’s worse than installing your favorite pho­to­graph or paint­ing on a wall only to hear a crash fol­lowed by the tin­kle of bro­ken glass, which is why it’s best to work with a pro­fes­sion­al pic­ture hang­ing ser­vice that has the expe­ri­ence nec­es­sary to secure­ly hang your works of art.

Oper­at­ing a gallery is hard enough even if you don’t fac­tor in the time it takes to hang pic­tures and take them down once they’ve sold or the exhib­it is over. Make things eas­i­er for your­self by rely­ing on our pro­fes­sion­al pic­ture hang­ing ser­vice to get the job done.

Whether you oper­ate a huge com­mer­cial gallery or you just like to give local artists a place to hang their work, we’re stand­ing by to help. Our hang­ing team is used to hang­ing heavy art­work, so if you’re afraid that you might drop a beau­ti­ful piece just as it’s about to sit per­fect­ly on the wall, it’s best to rely on the experts.


Fine Artwork & Canvas Hanging

Our art hang­ers are some of the best pro­fes­sion­als in the busi­ness. While hang­ing art­work on your walls might seem sim­ple, this task is more com­pli­cat­ed than it may appear. For instance, if you want to make sure that your art­work stays where it’s sup­posed to be, you’ll need to use the right hang­ing mech­a­nism to dis­trib­ute and car­ry its weight.

Not all frames come with the right mount­ing mate­ri­als, but it’s hard to tell whether or not a frame’s hang­ing hard­ware is up to the task. Our pic­ture hang­ers are experts at hang­ing large art­work, which means that they’ll catch any poten­tial issues before a pic­ture even goes up on the wall.

Our team is even capa­ble of hang­ing wall art on unusu­al sur­faces. While you might think that it’s impos­si­ble to hang pic­tures on the angled ceil­ing on your third floor, our art instal­la­tion experts know all of the cov­et­ed tech­niques for hang­ing heavy art­work on angled sur­faces. Rough sur­faces like brick and con­crete also pose no chal­lenge to the expert tech­ni­cians who make up our art instal­la­tion team.


Hanging Large Pictures & Artwork

If you’re star­ing at an enor­mous­ly tall por­trait and you have no idea how you’ll ever get it onto your wall, it’s time to give us a call. We know all of the spe­cial­ized tech­niques that are nec­es­sary for hang­ing large art­work on walls, and we can make sure that your art is hung in such a way that noth­ing will shake it loose.

Most frames for big pieces of art already have extra-strong mount­ing mech­a­nisms, but if they don’t, we can assess the sit­u­a­tion and install strong and durable hard­ware on-site. If you have a large piece of art and you don’t have a frame for it yet, rely on us to frame it and install it all in one fell swoop.


Hanging Heavy Pictures & Artwork

As you con­sid­er the best way to get a heavy paint­ing on the wall, start by pick­ing it up and judg­ing its weight. If you can’t even pick up your paint­ing with­out huff­ing, puff­ing, and fear­ing that you’ll drop it on your toes, it’s time to call in the experts to take care of the job.

When hang­ing wall art, we always take care to con­sid­er the weight of the piece we’re work­ing with. It’s impor­tant to be care­ful as you tran­si­tion a piece of art onto a wall, but it’s equal­ly impor­tant to con­sid­er the type of wall to which you are attach­ing a heavy frame. If you don’t use the right tech­niques when you’re hang­ing art­work that’s heav­ier than usu­al, you can harm your walls as well as your piece of art.


Art and Picture Frame Wall Types & Materials

Our mot­to is: “If it goes on a wall, we can install!” To stay true to this promise, we always make sure that we have the prop­er tools to get the job done right. All of our tech­ni­cians are also thor­ough­ly trained in the best ways to install art­work on a vari­ety of dif­fer­ent sur­faces. Here are some exam­ples of the types of sur­faces onto which we can install pieces of art:

Dry­wall: Installing pic­tures on dry­wall might seem sim­ple, but it takes a trained touch to get the job done right. Dry­wall can be rel­a­tive­ly brit­tle, and if you make a wrong move, your work can come crash­ing down around you.

Plas­ter: Dry­wall and plas­ter are sim­i­lar, but our experts know the dif­fer­ences between these two surfaces.

Wood:All of our tech­ni­cians are trained in the best ways to affix pic­tures to hard­wood, ply­wood, or oth­er types of wood.

Brick & Stone: Whether it’s mar­ble, gran­ite, or anoth­er type of stone alto­geth­er, we have what it takes to get your pic­tures hung.

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