Restoration is a heavily time and labor intensive operation. Each part first must be disassembled and inspected for cracks,
breaks, and wear. The pieces then must be cleaned, sandblasted, and stripped of old nickel or chrome. Broken or worn parts must be repaired or machined
After cleaning, each part must be polished and either lacquered or plated. The parts are then reassembled using new gaskets and seals and water
tested. Sometimes hidden cracks or flaws will appear during water testing requiring that we start over on parts of the restoration.
Due to the variable nature
of this work, we can only provide very general estimates based on photos or descriptions alone. Actual quotes cannot be given until the fixture is completely disassembled and