As you may know, moths eat organic vegetable dyed wool but not cotton. Since most rugs have a cotton foundation, the foundation of the rug remains intact. The good news is that this makes the repair of moth damage less expensive than that of a hole or dry rot damage.
Rugs that have a wool foundation will usually have a hole in damaged areas. This too can be repaired, but the foundation would have to be rebuilt as well. Email us a few detailed pictures of your rug to be repaired and we will provide you with a quote along with information about the age, value and origin of your rug.