custom picture framing Midvale, Utah

Custom Picturec Framing

custom picture framing Midvale, Utah

MASTERLAB FRAMING SERVICE offers one of the fastest turnaround times in the industry for custom picture framing.  With our extensive selection of quality frames and mats you can give your picture the final finishing touch.  Choose from the sleekest contemporary to the most ornate traditional designs in wood, composite, and metal.

GLASS

MASTERLAB offers four glass options to protect your treasured photo or art. Watercolor paintings, Giclee on Watercolor paper and Lithographs are recommended to be protected with glass or Plexiglas.

PREMIUM CLEAR GLASS is suitable if you have no concerns for UV light exposure or reflections.

PREMIUM ANTIREFLECTION GLASS is recommended if you are concerned about distracting reflections and glare.

UV CLEAR GLASS is recommended to prevent fading if exposure to ultraviolet light (sunlight or fluorescent light) is a concern. 98% of damaging light rays are blocked by UV Glass.

UV ANTIREFLECTIVE GLASS is the best choice to protect against fading and eliminate reflections offering the best archival properties for properly mounted and matted photographs and art.

PLEXIGLAS is recommended for oversized framing, shipping, and any time breaking is a concern. Available in Clear, Reflection Control, and Conservation varieties, Plexiglas is a glazing solution for many situations.

MATS

PAPER MATS are for use on posters and decorative art such as watercolor paintings, Giclee prints on watercolor paper and lithographs. They are made of wood pulp fibers, which are not acid and lignin free. The surface, core, and backing paper are buffered with calcium carbonate to help neutralize the chemicals in mat board. Exposure to acid and lignin will cause yellowing and brittleness in your artwork. 

ARCHIVAL ACID FREE MATS are for use with fine art, antiques, valuable documents, and photographs. They are made from cotton fibers, which are naturally acid and lignin free so they will protect your art from degrading and enhance archival properties.