We regularly prepare rug appraisals for rugs. Rug appraisals meet a wide array of needs, including insurance purposes, collateral loan agreements, and charitable contributions. The Rug Appraisal describes your rugs in detail, including origin, design, condition, construction, dimensions, age, and retail replacement value.
The final legal document is signed personally by Mr. David Khazai and is accepted throughout the industry by courts, estate planning professionals, the Internal Revenue Service, and insurance firms. Within one or two days, you’ll receive your certified appraisal document.
Over the last 20 years, we have been doing rug appraisals in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Naples, Florida; Dayton, Ohio; Cabo St. Lucus, Mexico; Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky; Nashville, Tennessee and partnerships in Cincinnati, Ohio; Chicago, Illinois, and Seattle, Washington. We closed these stores to work on click and brick and to serve the Kentucky area exclusively.
You can come to our facility and bring your rugs to our expert appraisers separately or along with our rug cleaning or rug repair services. Also, you can send a clear photo or video of your rug to us, so we could appraise your rug online!
You can also send us a full picture of your rugs along with a close-up of the back, and the exact measurement of the rug and we will e-mail you a certified rug appraisal from our expert, David Khazai. If you would prefer we come to your home, we can do that also and assess your rugs on-site.
Our Rug Appraisal Certificate is a written appraisal where we document each rug, note the origin, category, type, or regional area as well as the construction, materials and condition, age, or in what circa your rug was made along with any other specifics. We include a photo, a description of the design, colors, and age along with other information, depending on your needs.
Our expert appraisers base the valuation on the current replacement value. A separate computer-generated page for each rug is also provided. We keep digital photos, notes, and a digital copy of the rug appraisal so a new original copy is always available to you if needed in the future. For your security, we keep all of the appraisal documents in our office.