Historic buildings, districts, and neighborhoods embody the lives of those who built, worked, and lived in them. Renovating historic properties preserves the architectural and aesthetic character of a community and helps to provide a sense of place and continuity. We enter a project with ease and respect to maintain as much historic character as possible while ensuring the quality and integrity of the property.
“Preservation is simply having the good sense to hold on to things that are well designed, that link us with our past in a meaningful way, and that have plenty of good use in them.”
-Richard Moe, National Trust for Historic Preservation.