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$19 for $100 Toward Services at TR Framing. Three Options Available.

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Frames in a variety of styles, to display team jersey, a diploma, or even a sepia map

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10 ratings7 reviews
2 days ago
Very kind and knowledgeable staff. Would get this again.
4 ratings3 reviews
September 19, 2019
This is my fourth time I have brought something in to be framed. The service and selection is outstanding. They have a great eye for what works with each piece. Very helpful! We will be back.
6 ratings3 reviews
August 3, 2019
Great frames! Wonderful service.
8 ratings4 reviews
October 23, 2018
They are always so helpful and do a fabulous job. I’ve gotten several pieces framed by them now. :) I highly recommend them!
59 ratings13 reviews
October 22, 2018
Great service!
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6 ratings6 reviews
August 31, 2018
The staff was helpful, informative and not over-bearing right from the beginning! My experience was delightful! I’d highly recommend them any day!
22 ratings8 reviews
August 28, 2018
great work, lots of framing choices
22 ratings8 reviews
February 18, 2017
great deal, large selection of frames and some helpful ideas
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What You'll Get

Choose from Three Options

  • $19 for $100 toward framing
  • $40.50 for $200 toward framing
  • $120 for 30”x32” mounted historical map ($400 value)

Dry Mounting vs. Wet Mounting: Which Works for Your Artwork?

The staff at framing shops are well-equipped to help you navigate their wealth of framing options, but it’s still nice to know a little before you walk in the door. Learn about one of the decisions you may face with Groupon’s overview of dry and wet mounting.

When framing an original drawing, a collectible, or a limited-edition anything, conservation-framing techniques are best—they’re not permanent, so the piece itself is not altered in any way. But if you’re looking to hang an inexpensive movie poster, a hardware store receipt, or anything else that’s primarily of sentimental or decorative value, dry and wet mounting can be good options. These permanent techniques may also do a better job making wrinkled or torn pictures look presentable again.

During the dry-mounting process, a dry adhesive tissue is placed between the object and the backing (called a mount board). This art sandwich is then put through a heat press that uses either mechanical or vacuum action. Heat activates the adhesive, and, in concert with the machine’s pressure, helps secure the artwork. Though bubbles can form over time in extreme environmental conditions, this method usually keeps artwork flat for good. Pieces of art that are sensitive to heat or that could melt at 190 degrees should not be dry mounted—a category that includes Polaroids, inkjet prints, and wax-, pastel-, and cheese-based works. 

The wet mounting process is simpler: the framer uses a water-based glue or paste to adhere the artwork to the mount board. After the piece is enclosed in glass, steady pressure is applied, with no need for heat to make it stick. This is often the most inexpensive framing method. This technique shouldn’t be used on charcoal sketches or pastel drawings, since the moisture of the glue can ruin these water-soluble media.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid for repairs or glass change. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotional value in 1 visit(s). Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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