Photo Restoration Pricing

While not possible to give an accurate price for photo restoration without seeing the actual photo, the chart below may help to give you an understanding of how our photo restoration pricing structure works.

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Reprints are available when the order is placed or when the restored photos are picked up (or shipped).  After that time, reprints will only be available if your images have been stored using one of these options:
  1. Archived in our database -$30.00 fee applies –  Also includes file transfer to any portable, rewritable media brought in by you (USB stick, hard drive, flash card) at no extra charge – This covers any subsequent orders brought in by you for a period of 6 months.
  2. Transferred to any portable, rewritable media brought in by you (USB stick, hard drive, flash card) – $15.00 fee applies. – This covers any subsequent orders brought in by you for a period of 6 months.
  3. Backed up on CD or DVD and stored by you – $15.00  fee applies (per order).
So basically, this is how it works:
  1. If you want us to store you images so we can reprint them later, you will be charged $30.00.  That price includes backup to a usb stick or hard drive supplied by you.  If you bring in more orders within the next 6 months, we’ll also store those and transfer them onto your stick or drive at no extra charge. If you want reprints you can either just call us or bring your digital files to us.
  2. If you want to look after your own archiving and storing, you can bring in a stick or drive when you pick up your images and we’ll transfer them for $15.00. This option also has you covered for any subsequent images you bring us for 6 months. We won’t keep copies of our own.  If you want reprints you will be responsible for bringing in the digital files.
  3. If you want to look after your own files but want us to put them on cd or dvd for you, we’ll charge you $15.00 per disc, per job (they aren’t re-writable).  If you want reprints you will be responsible for bringing in the digital files.

Please note: If you choose option 1, which is definitely safest because your files exist in 2 places, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to retrieve your files from our database, so make sure you keep your own copy.