Historical Restoration

In addition to building for new projects, our team is skilled and qualified to preserve elements of historical buildings as well. We’ve worked with many older properties, including buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, replicating and replacing pieces to ensure historical accuracy. We take the time and care to ensure your building will look not only like the original, but even better.

Our restoration process varies depending on the type of project. For this one, we used windows from an old church house. Each piece of glass was taken out of the frame and insulated, and then we restored the frames and reglazed the glass back into place. Contact us to learn more about our window and restoration projects!

With most restoration projects, every piece is custom, as we are matching the original structure. This project involved a lot of detailed work—much of it done based off photos, as many of the structures were deteriorated. Our team worked on the corbels, louvers, doors, cupolas, and windows. The doors and cupolas were built with reclaimed wood on the inside and mahogany on the outside.

In recreating an old door, we will use specific materials to help get the look down. This castle door is made from reclaimed thresher boards, carefully laminated together to have an old look on each side. We also included hammered hinges just like the old castle doors had.