Restore your Films & Documents with

Homes and businesses across Macon are susceptible to fires, floods and other disasters. In these cases, documents and papers may be overlooked in the restoration process. If the disaster was severe enough, goods like passports or blueprints are almost impossible to restore on your own. That’s why you should call . With decades working in in photo recovery processes, revives priceless documents after a disasters like fires and floods.

How Paul Davis Can Help

leads document recovery after fires, floods and other disasters. From our restoration center stocked with advanced tools, we can salvage your photos and documents in the days after a disaster. A few of the items we save include:

  • Files, Magazines, Manuscripts
  • Archives, Special Collections
  • Video and Audio Tapes
  • Data Files, Vital Records
  • Whiteprints
  • Film, Negatives, Photographs, Slides

Our Treatments for Photos and Documents

We have different solutions for your valuables depending on where the damage came from. Depending on the extent of damage, we have several methods to restore your books and documents like vacuum-freeze dryers. These methods usually restore your items without further action needed. If your documents or photos are harmed by smoke or fire, has advanced sanitation techniques like particulate removal sponges, ionized air washing and other neutralization treatments.

We can also straighten, realign and tidy documents to remove parts with serious damage. Photos with frame damage will receive correction services through Paul Davis Restoration. We also perform re-jacketing books, document copying and imaging and de-acidification.

Call for Document and Photo Restoration

Your documents and photos are important to your family or business. When a fire or flood hits, prioritizing restoration can be difficult. can sort, clean and salvage your documents and photos so you can return to normal life. Discover more about photo and document restoration and Paul Davis services with a call or click today.