Historical Recreation of Frans Hals Masterpiece

Heritage Restoration is a premier preservation and historic replication company with six generations of experience. Our clients are nationwide across the contiguous United States. Restoration and preservation have been the core disciplines of our company since our founding in 1820 in Southern Germany.

Our clients are architectural firms, designers, and the owners of structures in the historic preservation sector on a local, state, or national level. Ranging from the restoration of interior and exterior woodwork and millwork to repairing historic stained glass, statues, and fine artworks, we understand our clients' needs and their discerning scrutiny. For many generations, historical accuracy has been the goal of Heritage Restoration and Design. We provide the highest level of craftsmanship, performance and beauty into every project we complete. It is from this vision that Heritage has derived it's company motto: Design, Restore and Preserve for the Future. We carry this historical viewpoint into all matters of our business, including new fabrications.

Replication of historic elements is a very specialized field of work. Each job has its own unique set of variables and challenges. It takes a diverse, cross-trained team to deliver accurate designs, offer versatile capabilities and achieve true historic accuracy.

Areas of historic competency:

  • Millwork
  • Furniture
  • Religious Designs
  • Stained Glass
  • Oil Canvases
  • Statuary and Bias Reliefs
  • Architectural Metalware
  • Preservation and Conservation
  • Restoration, Renovation and Planning

Historic accuracy has been the goal of Heritage Restoration and Design for many generations, from restoring interior and exterior woodwork and millwork, to historic stained glass and restoration of fine arts. We provide the highest level of craftsmanship, performance and beauty into every project we complete.


 

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Replicating History Video

Historic Castings Video

Replicating Podiums Video

Historic Replication

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