Framing process usually begins before you step in our stores - After you receive your prints or finish your artworks, protect them from being exposed in the sunlight, and get them framed right away!

What's your turnaround time?

Our usual turnaround is 10-15 days.

Is rush order available?

Yes, please call us at 718-381-3789 or email us to inquire the procedure.

Do you offer pick-up and delivery service?

Yes, we offer pick-up and delivery service throughout all 5 boroughs of New York. Please call 866-683-8886 or email us to inquire about different costs and options.

How much does it cost to custom frame artworks?

Pricing varies based on the sizes, materials, and how difficult it is to frame. Feel free to submit a quote and we will get you the answers you needed.

Do you carry ready made frames for posters?

We Do Not carry ready made frames right now.

Can you replace cracked or damaged glass in my picture frame?

Sure, we do. Just bring in your frame and we will replace it for you.

Why does my print need a mat?

Matting provides both aesthetic and protective function. It helps bring out the colors of your image and also draw your eyes from the frame in order to focus on the image itself. When matting is added, it separates the glass from the surface of the print/painting, hence the pigments/paints will not transfer to the glass in the long run.

Does 567 Framing stretch canvas?

Absolutely, feel free to call or email for a quote.

Do you offer discounts?

Our prices are ultra competitive, and we always work with your budget. Please check out our Spring Sale or follow us on Facebook and Twitter to receive coupons.

Does 567 Framing do restoration on artwork?

Sorry, we are not able to provide this service at this moment. 

How do I hang my new frame? Do you do installation or provide hardware?

We provide wires, sawtooth hooks, or D-rings on the back of the frames depending on the styles of the frame. Based on the hanging surfaces and the weight of the frame, different hardware will be used. You can get some screws and nail them in the wall, then simply hang the frame on the screw, viola! More tips on hanging frames >>