Restoration Works, Inc. has always been known for our attention to historic authenticity, superior quality, outstanding reliability, aesthetic sensibilities, use of cutting-edge glass technology, and pursuing green practices. For over 35 years, we have worked to revolutionize the restoration and paint stripping/removal industry. We adhere strictly to the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties. We know that we can provide 100% satisfaction with our work, and that our work speaks for itself. We have always and will continue to preserve our nation's historic fabric, correctly, sustainably, and sensitively. Our goal and our purpose is to save beautiful, historic windows, doors and architectural elements with the highest standards in green technology and craftsmanship.
Restoration Works, Inc. is a pioneer in the preservation and restoration field. Since 1982, we have pursued authenticity, exceptional quality, and being green from start to finish. Our mission was to establish a true restoration facility with the purpose of saving as much of America's now rare, original forest wood as possible.
Restoration Works, Inc. offers a wide variety of services for your historic restoration needs. From large projects to small, we're ready to help you.
Wood Window Restoration
Steel Window Restoration
Historic Door Restoration
Chemical Free Paint Removal
Restoration of Historic Glass
Conversion of Historic Windows to Insulating Glass
Historic Furniture Restoration
Architectural Element Restoration
Restoration Works, Inc. is America's first designed restoration facility. With 30,000 square feet, the shop holds milling, epoxy, and glazing departments, a spray booth, finishing department and a containment booth. We are very proud to add our new industrial green stripping station to this extensive list.
"All windows constructed before the 1930's deserve restoration consideration. The quality inherent in these original windows is not available for purchase today. Dense, hard, original forest wood and mortise and tenon joinery are gone from the marketplace. When you combine the superior quality of an original window with today's technology, you create a perfect window. The same can be said of any architectural element and very often about furniture. Not only does restoration preserve the original material, it preserves the craftsmanship and history of the piece. The greenest materials are the ones that are already present."
-Gail Wallace, Founder and President of Restoration Works, Inc.