When you buy or manage a historical home, building, or structure, you take an active involvement in preserving the property’s history. Over time, older buildings can wear down for several reasons, including environmental exposure, neglect, and improper maintenance. Fortunately, historic restoration can recover and reveal a landmark building or structure’s architectural, cultural, or artistic beauty and relevance.
Caring for a historic building means partnering with historic restoration experts with the tools and expertise to bring a property back to its original brilliance without causing further damage. Westslope Painting is an independent contractor offering that service.
At Westslope Painting, we help restore and preserve older buildings for new generations to enjoy. Historic restoration is a complex task requiring thorough research, care, and time-tested techniques. However, you can be confident our experienced team is up for the job.
The last thing an owner of a historical building needs is a restoration contractor who lacks the industry knowledge to restore and preserve a physical piece of history. At Westslope Painting, our mission is to deliver the best restoration results by taking the time to prepare for every project. In addition, historical societies and preservationists often have strict guidelines for color schemes and restoration practices, which we follow carefully.
As a fully licensed and insured independent contractor, Westslope Painting approaches every job professionally. From the environmentally friendly, low VOC paint products we use to our standards regarding safety and cleanliness, you can be confident we’ll handle your historic restoration efficiently with minimal disruption to your daily living or ongoing operations.
Restoring a historic building isn’t the same as a standard restoration project. The restoration team must know how to choose the best approach toward recovering sensitive structures to ensure a successful result. That’s why our experts at Westslope Painting begin every restoration project with extensive research.
When you hire our team to restore your historical property, we will take time to learn the building’s background and significance. Research may include examining old photographs or documents to understand the building’s historical relevance and original architectural design.
Once we thoroughly understand the property’s history and relevance, we will physically assess the work site. We will look for cracks and other damages that need repair. The assessment also helps us determine the appropriate materials to bring the property back to its original condition, including paints, stains, and other coatings.
If you want your historic restoration project to be successful, it’s imperative to work with an experienced contractor with a history of handling restoration projects and delivering results. The contractor must know how to research everything from a building’s past to the best-approved paints for historic restoration.