Library in-situ work
Large collections of books can be treated methodically adjacent to the presses, on site. This is the most cost effective way to treat large numbers of books. At the same time, suggestions for further work and the relative costs can be ascertained.
Where volumes are severely damaged, they may require further treatment in the form of re-sewing, re-binding etc, and in some cases, boxing or book-shoeing can be carried out, tailored to fit each book.