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RESTORATION
Architectural Reclamation, Inc.

For over 30 years, Architectural Reclamation, Inc. has offered a wide range of historic building restoration services, primarily in the Miami Valley of Southwestern Ohio. Our specialty is finding sensitive, responsible and creative solutions to the many problems that arise in adapting old buildings to modern uses, while preserving the unique character and craftsmanship of each historic structure.

CUSTOM CASTINGS
Alloy Casting

Historic restoration projects present unique challenges in trying to source designs to match original ornamental metal elements. Alloy Casting is equipped to duplicate antique or hard-to-find castings and can provide quantities as low as a single piece. Whether making a direct copy of an existing casting, or carving a new master pattern, we can help you finish your historic restoration with the parts you need.

RECLAIMED
ANTIQUE
FLOORING
Old Wood Workshop

Old Wood Workshop, based in Pomfret Center, Connecticut, offers salvaged antique flooring, resawn or remilled antique flooring, wide board flooring and vintage recycled building materials in chestnut, oak and pine. Some of the original surface floors we sell were hand-planed and foot-worn over hundreds of years and are smooth enough to install and walk on without sanding.

PRESERVING
ARCHITECTURAL
HISTORY
Demolition Depot

The Demolition Depot is a unique source of vintage plumbing fixtures, doors, windows, shutters, railings, gates, grills, mantels, stone and terracotta pieces, religious objects and so much more. Our fixtures are geared towards the re-creation and renovation of period places. Preserving our architectural history has led us to reclaim building elements at an unprecedented scale.

VINTAGE
LIGHTING
Revival Lighting

Revival Lighting is home to one of the largest selections of restored vintage lighting fixtures in the Inland Northwest.

REVIVIAL LIGHTING
Traditional Builders, Inc.

Traditional Builders, Inc. based in Annapolis, Maryland, is comprised of restoration craftsmen dedicated to the preservation of our historic architecture. We offer the knowledge and experience to reproduce and repair the elements that compose this architectural legacy. From the common barn to the plantation manor we have the expertise to preserve or reproduce the structure in its entirety.

ENTIRELY
HANDMADE
Period Lighting Fixtures, Inc.

All of Period Lighting Fixtures, Inc.'s fixtures are entirely handmade, from the drip on the wax coated candle covers to the hand forged suspension hook that conceals the wire. The fixtures are made with many of the same hand tools of the original craftsmen who were intent upon investing their skills and artistry in a product whose quality approaches the outer limits of commercial practicality.

ARCHITECTURAL
ELEMENTS
Artefact

Artefact was established in 1987 by three architects seeking to create an environment where architectural elements and artifacts from the past could be uniquely displayed and purchased. We are conveniently located between Philadelphia and New York City in beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Our store is open to the public and situated in an 18th century stone barn with a half acre of formal gardens.

ARCHITECTURE &
CONSERVATION
Strosser Architecture & Conservation

Strosser Architecture & Conservation is a full-service architectural firm dedicated to the preservation of our region's cultural and natural resources. Strosser Architecture & Conservation projects blend traditional forms, materials, and time-tested building practices with the latest in computer-aided design tools, building information modeling (BIM), and sustainable technologies.

VINTAGE PIECES
ND Millwerk Salvage and Sales

They don't make things the way they used to, but you can find the things they used to make at ND Millwerk Salvage and Sales. We have made it our mission to keep vintage pieces from this era alive and well. In order to do that, we save old woodwork and hardware from old buildings on the verge of demolition. We’re left with beautiful Arts and Crafts, doors, floors and hardware, all available to our customers at a price that is both low and competitive.

ALTERED ANTIQUES
Olde Good Things

Olde Good Things specializes in Altered Antiques. Our salvage team collects an assortment of reclaimed materials and repurposes them into useful or purely aesthetic items. Our most popular ranges include our famous tin mirrors and panels, furniture and shelving and lighting pieces.

PERIOD LIGHTING
Deep Landing Workshop

Deep Landing Workshop, based in Chestertown, Maryland, offers an extensive collection of classic period lighting fixtures, and specializes in custom work.

TIMBER FRAMES
Southern Timberwrights

Alabama based Southern Timberwrights specializes in traditional English joinery. We believe in Old World craftsmanship, and the importance of maintaing our architectural heritage. These principles are evident in the quality and design of our frames. We offer custom design work as well as a willingness to work with your plans or with your architect.

HISTORIC
TAX CREDITS
Ogee

Ogee, a full-service historic preservation consulting firm based in Austin, Texas, will guide you and your design team through each step of the process of securing state and federal historic tax credits. No project is too small for us. Please visit our blog for more information about historic tax credits.

PRESERVATION
ARCHITECTURE
Stroh Architecture, Inc.

Stroh Architecture, Inc. originated in 1987 and has been based in Prescott, Arizona since 1992. Principal Architect Douglas Stroh offers 40 years of professional experience. The firm has an extensive portfolio of commercial design and has significant Historic Preservation / Adaptive Reuse experience that has garnered design awards for its accomplishments.

CULTURAL
RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT
PAL

The Public Archaeology Laboratory (PAL),is a leading New England cultural resource management (CRM) firm. We offer services in the fields of archaeology and historic architectural survey, cemetery investigations, expert testimony, section 106, HABS/HAER, and state level documentation.

COLUMN CAPITALS
Foam Factory Inc.

Foam Factory Inc, based in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida,offers Classical Corinthian, Ionic and Doric Column Capitals in many sizes to fit round or square columns. Contact Foam Factory owner Stan Regent at 954.485.6700 to discuss your custom reproduction and architectural foam molded product requirements.

RECLAIMED
LIMESTONE
Cross Creek Architectural Artifacts

Cross Creek Architectural Artifacts will soon have available a limited quantity of square, hand chiseled, reclaimed limestone from a 1921 structure. Contact Mike Hill at 417.860.4894 for full details and to pre-order.

CUSTOM CASTINGS
Alloy Casting

Historic restoration projects present unique challenges in trying to source designs to match original ornamental metal elements. Alloy Casting is equipped to duplicate antique or hard-to-find castings and can provide quantities as low as a single piece. Whether making a direct copy of an existing casting, or carving a new master pattern, we can help you finish your historic restoration with the parts you need.

HAND FORGED
IRONWORK
Flaherty Iron Works, Inc., of Alexandria, Virgnia

Flaherty Iron Works, Inc., of Alexandria, Virgnia, is a family owned business specializing in custom hot hand forged iron railings, light fixtures, and furniture since 1976. Their craftsmen are talented in the fabrication of brass, bronze, aluminum and stainless steel.

REPRODUCTION
WOOD WINDOWS
A & A Millwork

A & A Millwork, Inc.specializes in manufacturing architecturally correct wood windows for older homes and buildings. Our windows are not only designed to maintain your older home's appearance, but are built to last another 100 years or more! We take pride in every window we manufacture, subjecting each to a 20 point inspection before being shipped.

CARRIAGE
HOUSE DOORS
Fimbel Architectural Door Specialties

Nearly a century ago in 1924, our family began making garage doors and became a major pioneer in the overhead garage door industry. Today, Fimbel Architectural Door Specialties' fourth generation is continuing the efforts started so long ago. Whether it be fine carriage house doors, architectural, commercial, or custom application overhead garage doors, we'll gladly work with you to design the door you require.

CLASSICAL ORDER
COLUMNS
Fagan Design & Fabrication, Inc.

Turning wooden columns since 1987, Fagan Design & Fabrication, Inc. is an essential resource for historic preservation, restoration and period construction. Our true niche products cannot be found as stock items. Simply provide us with a drawing or a sample of your desired column or turning. We have the experience and expertise to complete your project on time and within budget.

HISTORICALLY
ACCURATE
WINDOWS
Adams Architectural Millwork Co.

Historic restoration professionals around the country rely on Adams Architectural Millwork Co. to provide historically accurate windows of superior quality. Adams Architectural Millwork Co. has worked on projects ranging from large, commercial buildings involving hundreds of windows, to one-of-a-kind single sash replications for a home or small town church. No matter the project size, Adams Architectural Millwork Co. works hard to recreate every detail, including matching profiles (sticking), glass, muntins and hardware.

Elmwood
Reclaimed Lumber

(Reclaimed Wood Prod.)
22701 S Peculiar Drive
Peculiar, MO 64078
800.705.0705
Elmwood Reclaimed Timber
Elmwood Reclaimed Timber

At Elmwood Reclaimed Timber we have a deep respect for the creations of nature, as well as for those passionate craftsmen who, generations ago, carefully wrought classic materials from nature’s offerings. So, our production process is slow and intimate compared to the warp speed and detachment with which many building materials are made today. The wood has waited for us; the least we can do is treat it right. Again. Wood from old-growth forests is more compact, more solid than new lumber. All of our lumber is superior quality, first-growth cutting, and it’s reclaimed from old barns and buildings. We’re way behind the times when it comes to cutting wood. Or corners. Reclaimed building supplies take extra effort to procure and process. We always go the distance when it comes to quality materials and workmanship.

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McNair Historic
Preservation, Inc.

(Preservation Consultant)
2151 Government Street
Mobile, AL 36606
334.303.3029
McNair Historic Preservation, Inc.
McNair Historic Preservation, Inc.

McNair Historic Preservation, Inc. is a national Historic Preservation consulting firm offering clients a range of services including government relations, historic tax credit and economic incentive consultation, historic economic development project management, historic real estate and design consultation, and research/fieldwork services to document and promote your historic assets. Based in Mobile, Alabama, our staff provides the expert services you need to find the greatest value and solutions for your historic property, while also balancing contemporary realities. McNair Historic Preservation possesses an expert understanding of government policies and application requirements for navigating through local, state, and federal regulations as we shepherd projects through all phases of the regulatory process. Whether you are a homeowner, developer, municipality, corporation, or attorney, we offer services to assist you with your project and maximize the value and historic integrity of your property.

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Lightsmith
(Historic Lighting)
3220 Oddfellows Road
Lynchburg, VA 24501
434.528.5809
Jefferson/Lightsmith
Jefferson/Lightsmith

Lightsmith is an international supplier of specification-grade church, custom, and architectural lighting. From our humble roots as a church lighting manufacturer (Jefferson Lighting), we have grown to be one of the most respected names in the custom and architectural lighting field. Lightsmith's lighting products and lighting restoration services are some of the most sought after in the industry. For architects dealing in classical historic lighting restoration and preservation, to church lighting retrofits, to schools and universities looking for large-scale custom lighting to give their alumnae and students a focal point of pride and inspiration, we are there with hammer in hand ready to forge light on the anvil of imagination. Over the years, our shop has renovated, restored, and duplicated thousands of fixtures in multiple state capitals and government buildings. We hold the record at this point in time for the largest single lighting restoration job ever contracted by the United States Government.

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Adams Architectural
Millwork Co.

(Historical Millwork)
2225 Kerper Blvd.
Dubuque, IA 52001
888.285.8120
Adams Architectural Millwork Co.
Adams Architectural Millwork Co.

Adams Architectural Millwork Co. is a renowned historical millwork company. We are dedicated to service, quality and craftsmanship, and specialize in historical millwork projects. Adams Architectural Millwork Co. offers storm windows, screens, sash, window units and doors. Our custom capabilities allow us to replicate virtually any shape or style of wood window or door. We combine old-world craftsmanship and attention to detail to create a truly authentic product that adds beauty and value to any home or business. Architects, designers, contractors and homeowners who want the finest quality windows and doors for custom residential and historic renovation projects rely on Adams Architectural Millwork Co. wood products.

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Restoration
Engineering, Inc.

(Consulting Engineers)
10503 West Drive Ste. A
Fairfax, VA 22030
703.272.7787
Restoration Engineering, Inc.
Restoration Engineering, Inc.

Restoration Engineering, Inc. is a civil/structural engineering firm devoted to the restoration and preservation of building structures, especially those with moisture infiltration problems and related moisture damage. Restoration Engineering, Inc. provides investigation, design, contract compliance and management services, historic preservation and expert witness services for roofing restoration, waterproofing restoration, façade restoration, structural repairs, concrete restoration and window restoration. Five staff members have more than 50 years of collective engineering experience in all types of restoration work. We are renowned for our extremely detailed and thorough designs that limit change orders and provide our clients with high quality, cost effective, long lasting and maintainable building components.

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WYK Associates, Inc.
(Restoration Architects)
205 Washington Avenue
Clarksburg, WV 26301
304.624.6326
WYK Associates, Inc.
WYK Associates, Inc.

WYK Associates, Inc. is a a team of passionate architecture and planning professionals that provide individualized solutions to complex building challenges and facilitate the planning and execution of sophisticated architectural endeavors. Have a vision for a building, a place or location? We can help you make that vision a reality. Our team understands the complicated relationship between space, material and function, knows how to craft synergies between adjacent spaces, and uses a proven process to create master plans that benefit the bottom line. Come and learn about the rich history and tradition of WYK Associates, Inc. Examine our portfolio of National Register listed and other historic building projects and see how resurrection through adaptive reuse provides neighborhoods and cities new opportunities. We firmly believe our clientele’s success to be our success, and we invite you to contact us to learn how we can facilitiate the success of your project.

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Pasadena
Architectural Salvage

(Architectural Salvage)
2600 E. Foothill Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91107
626.535.9655
Pasadena Architectural Salvage
Pasadena Architectural Salvage

With twenty-plus years of experience, we at Pasadena Architectural Salvage feel that, now, more than ever, architectural salvage offers real value to the customer. And being in Pasadena, California, a city with some of the Nation's most active preservation and historic associations, only enhances our mission of salvaging architectural antique items destined for the landfill. "Going Green"' is not just a catchphrase, it's our main objective. Our extensive inventory of salvage antiques includes mantels, lighting, stained glass, iron work, plumbing accessories, builders hardware and furniture representing the Arts & Crafts, Spanish Revival, Art Nouveau,Victorian and Mid-century Modern periods. We have many architectural antique items not shown on our website. Please contact us if there is something in particular you are looking for or have questions. Our website is updated daily!

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PO Box 217
Belvidere, NJ 07823
908.812.1003
Restoration Technologes of New Jersey LLC
Restoration Technologes of New Jersey LLC

Restoration Technologies of New Jersey LLC was born out of a love for history. A love particularly for historic architecture such as houses, barns, mills, churches, and the many other long forgotten buildings and their amenities. Through these structures we can learn a great deal about our forefathers and their way of life. For this reason we are dedicated to the study, documentation, and preservation of such structures and related antique materials. This dedication to historic structures has helped us to become an active leader in the preservation community. Not just a construction company with restoration as a service, our knowledge sharing all-inclusive approach to preservation is helping to create awareness by participating in as well as forming new organizations to further the preservation movement. After over 15 years in the preservation field we have completed numerous restoration / preservation projects working with individuals, corporations, non-profits, and governmental agencies. With this experience comes the knowledge to safely and successfully complete your project to the highest standards.

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Mon-Ray, Inc.
(Historic Windows/Doors)
7900 Excelsior Blvd.
Minneapolis, MN 55343
800.544.3646
Mon-Ray, Inc.
Mon-Ray, Inc.

Mon-Ray, Inc. manufactures replacement and new construction windows, storm windows and storm doors, and porch enclosure window units for both the commercial and residential markets. Our business has been serving both of these markets for over 50 years. Mon-Ray, Inc. specializes in the preservation and restoration of historic windows and doors. Using our experience, skill and special production equipment, we can match special and custom radius shapes, miter angles and muntin bar patterns to retain the original appearance of existing window or door openings. The preservation and restoration of historic buildings is vital to our national heritage. Over the last half-century our DeVAC and Mon-Ray windows have been installed in historic buildings throughout the United States. We work closely with architects, engineers, consultants and other professionals who specialize in historic restoration and preservation projects.

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Steven Handelman
Studios, Inc.

(Wrought Iron Products)
716 N. Milpas Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93103
805.962.5119
Steven Handelman Studios, Inc.
Steven Handelman Studios, Inc.

Steven Handelman Studios, Inc.'s wrought iron products are hand made by skilled craftsmen, one at a time. We do not use prefabricated parts or assembly line techniques. We take care in the detail of our products. We also customize each product through the extensive choices we offer, including: finish, glass, size, and mounting configuration. These production techniques and varied choices are unusual for the 21st century. We take great care in the preparation and finish of our wrought iron products and light fixtures. All welds are ground smooth, cracks are filled and slag removed. We use very strong paint as a base coat and hand apply each premium finish to achieve an authentic aged and elegant look. Any brass parts we use are sandblasted before the paint is applied to ensure a good paint bond. Because we are direct sellers, and do not wholesale our products, we can give our customers the advantage of direct factory pricing. Our goal is to provide exceptional value at a fair price for our unique hand made products.

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Timeless Barn Company
(Vintage Barns)
4594 E. State Rd. 28 E.
Frankfort, IN 46041
765.670.6155
Timeless Barn Company
Timeless Barn Company
Timeless Barn Company™specializes in adapting, reclaiming, repurposing, and restoring vintage barns into amazing personal and commercial spaces. Our company began nearly 20 years ago with a single barn. It was taken down, timber by timber, and moved to its new location where it became an amazing home. The company was created, and dismantling, restoring, and re-erecting pre-Civil War barns and turning them into homes became our passion. We have also expanded our product lines to include not only custom timber framing but basic packages such as our Colonial Saltbox Home, as well as furniture, flooring, and fireplace mantels. It is a great day when you walk into a well-preserved masterpiece that was built 180 years ago, and know that you have found something really special. Pristine original structures are the ultimate find and they make wonderful homes, commercial buildings, wineries, and studios. Suffice it to say...just about anything you can imagine, we can build.....and it all begins with a barn.

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Therm-o-lite Inc.
(Interior Window Systems)
3502 West Sample St.
South Bend, IN 46619
574.234.4004
Therm-o-lite Inc.
Therm-o-lite Inc.

Historic buildings often evoke a strong sense of nostalgia within a community or organization, but the old windows in these buildings can be a major source of energy loss that keeps utility bills high. Replacement windows, however, are not always an option due to factors such as window cost, architectural integrity issues and the potential loss of possible historic tax credits. Installing the Thermolite Window System by Therm-o-lite Inc. is easy, allows the existing historical windows to remain and will maintain the beauty and character of your historic building. Since 1979, Thermolite has been a leading innovator in supplemental interior window systems. We are a GSA-certified contractor and work with governmental agencies, the U.S. military, commercial renovators, hospitality facilities and historic preservation projects. Our patented Thermolite Window System is a one-of-a-kind alternative to traditional replacement windows. This 100% customized window system is designed to provide superior protection against bomb blast, audio espionage and hurricanes while reducing noise, sealing the building envelope and preserving historic architectural integrity.

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The Windowmaker
Company

(Custom Historic Windows)
2623 Robertson Trail
Lutz, FL 33559
813.789.7037
The Windowmaker Company
The Windowmaker Company

The Windowmaker Company has been manufacturing custom wood windows for historical restoration projects for 30+ years. We pride ourselves for having approval from the toughest historical boards. If you are looking for a source for custom wood windows for your home, or if you are a member of the historical restoration community seeking replicated sashes for your custom wood windows, look no further! The Windowmaker Company provides a full range of double hung, casement, transoms, sidelights and one of a kind windows in all sizes and design variations which are all engineered to your specifications. Our windows are all over the country, from the Custom House in Key West, lighthouses, Union Chapel in Martha’s Vineyard, universities, yacht clubs, etc. Interested in windows that will last a life time and are historically approved? TRU-CLAD has been used on large projects such as the 100+ year old Italian Club in Tampa. We’d love to discuss this option with you.

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Joel Westervelt
Architect

(Preservation Architects)
93 Arnold Street
Camp Verde, AZ 86322
928.567.2255
Joel Westervelt Architect
Joel Westervelt Architect

Joel Westervelt Architect provides Residential and Commercial Design and Planning Services. Special attention to historical research, creative solutions, detailing and project management are prioritized aspects of his work. Classically trained with an emphasis on vernacular design, Joel's work incorporates sustainability, site sensitivity & native/reclaimed materials. Member of AIA. NCARB. Registered Architect in the States of Arizona, California, Nevada & Hawaii.

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Tremont Nail
(Authentic Steel Cut Nails)
457 School Street
Mansfield, MA 02048
800.835.0121
Tremont Nail
Tremont Nail

As America's oldest nail manufacturer, Tremont Nail is in a position to offer the older patterns of cut nails appropriate to the period of restoration being undertaken. In addition to a variety of styles of nails, Tremont Nail can provide information to help the restorer in determining the authenticity of a project. Cut nails possess great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, thus greatly stengthening their holding power. Once you have used them, you will prefer them for all sorts of applications. For almost 200 years, Tremont Nail has achieved a reputation for skilled nail cutting that has made its product readily saleable throughout the markets of the world. Through all the changes and the hurried pace of modern industry the same product is still being produced for customers who prefer the superior holding power and durability of this time-tested nail.

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100 Homer Drive
Talladega, AL 35161
800.204.3858
Allen Architectural Metals, Inc.
Allen Architectural Metals, Inc.

Allen Architectural Metals, Inc. offers comprehensive support in casting and metal fabrications along with superior client services for architects, governemental agencies, high-end developers, universities, hospitals and private residences. Since 1995 Allen Architectural Metals, Inc. has evolved in a nationally-recognized organization managing projects across the United States, with expertise in restoration, preservation and custom design building. Projects range from hand-carved historial replications to custom laser-cut designapplications. With offices in Alabama and New York, Allen Architectural Metals, Inc.'s services include historic site consultation, historical replication, custom castings, master pattern making, water jet technology, custom finishing services and much more.

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Ornametals, LLC
(Architectural Metal)
140 County Rd 1311
Cullman, AL 35058
256.255.0190
Ornametals, LLC
Ornametals, LLC

Ornametals, LLC fabricates EuroGutterUSA™, a proprietary rainwater system in copper and VMZinc®. EuroGutterUSA™ features half-round gutter and seamless-weld downspouts manufactured in a state-of-the-art production facility in Cullman, Alabama. The only system of its type manufactured in the U.S., EuroGutterUSA™ is a high-quality, durable "European-style" system. Distinguished from the "American system", EuroGutterUSA™ features "forward bead" gutters designed to tilt away from the fascia, and "seamless" pipe and elbows (not folded or crimped). Our design results in a more durable and elegant product, the best choice for a lifetime roof. We provide a total rainwater system, including all accessories, and can fabricate custom rainwater-related products like radius gutter, moldings and specialty leaderheads (connector boxes). Ornametals also fabricates a wide range of architectural ornaments: finials; dormers; mansards; and other decorative roofing elements for both the contemporary and historical restoration markets.

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Stephen C. Marshall, LLC
(Window Restoration)
PO Box 584
Coventry, CT 06238
860.428.1400
Stephen C. Marshall, LLC
Stephen C. Marshall, LLC

Over the last 40 years, Stephen C. Marshall "The Historic House Guy", has repaired thousands of traditional double-hung wood windows. We perform expert restoration of fixed and double-hung wood window sashes from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries. We serve the state of Connecticut only. When our work is complete, your historic wood windows will operate like they did when new. They will raise smoothly, lock securely and be energy efficient. By installing high tech weather stripping and storm windows (interior or exterior), we will enable your historic windows to exceed the thermal performance of a modern replacement window. We can restore one window at a time, or those of an entire house, with minimum disruption to living spaces and routines. Should your project require incidental carpentry repairs or reproduction of historic millwork or window sashes, rest assured our long experience will enable us to provide sound, faithful work, identical to the originals. Your historic wood window sashes can work like new again. Call Stephen C. Marshalll, LLC "The Historic House Guy", and we'll talk about your traditional window restoration project.

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PO Box 96
Whitehouse, NJ 08888
908.534.1732
Fimbel Architectural Door Specialties
Fimbel Architectural Door Specialties

Nearly a century ago in 1924, our family began making garage doors and became a major pioneer in the overhead garage door industry. Today our fourth generation is continuing the efforts started so long ago. In order to maintain our reputation and family pride, Fimbel Architectural Door Specialtes strives to stay ahead of the market and develop innovative products of the highest quality. Meticulous and passionate research and development has resulted in the highest quality vinyl carriage style garage doors available on the market today. With the exception of our American Legends series, Fimbel Architectural Door Specialties' vinyl garage doors are made using our exclusive Vinyl Composite Technology (VCT) production methods. Since they are not made on a metal frame, they will not rust. Additionally, they will not rot, split, or check like a wood door. Our VCT vinyl carriage house doors are just as at home in harsh coastal environments as anywhere else. With a variety of finishing options available, you can achieve the high end look you've always wanted with little to no maintenance.

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Carlson's Barnwood Co.
(Reclaimed Barnwood)
8066 N. 1200 Avenue
Cambridge, IL 61238
309.522.5550
Carlson's Barnwood Company
Carlson's Barnwood Company

Since 1995, Carlson's Barnwood Company has helped homeowners, architects, designers, and contractors find the perfect solution to their unique building and decorating needs. Whether it's barnwood, tin, salvaged building materials, antiques, nostalgic decor and design, or antique wood flooring you need, Carlson's Barnwood Company can help! Carlson's Barnwood Company is a family-owned company located in the heart of America's farm country. Realizing the rustic, warm, natural beauty of barnwood, Jim and Lanette Carlson rescue old barn siding from century old barns before the wrecking ball hits. In addition to the wonderful aged wood, architectural pieces, beams, and tin roofs are also salvaged. Recycling these treasures is the foundation of Carlson's Barnwood Company!

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Historic Structures
(Preservation Contractor)
Washington, DC
202.437.7567
Historic Structures
Historic Structures

Historic Structures is a general contractor specializing in historic preservation in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. Over the last 30 years, we have participated in the restoration of some of the best known historic residences in the US, including The White House, the Lincoln Cottage (President Lincoln's summer residence), and the Blair House (the presidential guest house). Our primary mission has been to produce elegant, integrated solutions in the widest range of historic materials. Our principal, Stephen Ortado, is a carpenter by trade, an engineer by training and a preservationist by avocation. Mr. Ortado has over several decades developed the comprehensive array of historic restoration services necessary for the sound, economical preservation of historic structures. In addition, we have nurtured valued working relationships with some of the most accomplished artisan specialists in the country. Whether or not any American presidents have ever stayed at your house, we will employ these skills to preserve your unique, historic and equally irreplaceable period home.

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VoidSpan
(Masonry Restoration
Products)
60 Washington Street
Salem, MA 01970
800.966.8643
VoidSpan
VoidSpan

VoidSpan Technologies, LLC was created in 2011 by a team of engineers, scientists, preservation practitioners to offer unique, dependable and practical solutions to the frontier of conservation and preservation challenges. VoidSpan Pozzolan-Lime products provide high breathability and tenacious bond with low to moderate compressive strength, and our restoration grouts have the lowest water demand and the lowest shrinkage in the industry. When extended with our unique, vacuum saturated expanded shale aggregate, our gravity feed grout creates an ultra-low shrinkage, self-consolidating pozzolan-lime concrete. John Wathne, VoidSpan’s founder, has been a structural engineer in the field of historic preservation for over 30 years, and has a longstanding appreciation of the need for a line of products like VoidSpan offers, having invented many of our components himself. We are excited to share our technologies with fellow practitioners and design professionals.

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Leska LLC
(Traditional Roofing)
4330 Linthicum Road Dayton, MD 21036 240.505.6652
Leska, LLC
Leska, LLC

Leska LLC provides European quality building preservation and restoration services, with a specialized focus on traditional roofing. Owner, Martin Leska is one of handful "certified trainers" in the U.S. for the Tile Roofing Institute, whose mission is to educate and train other roofers about proper tile roof installation. Leska LLC uses an Old World philosophy on each project which addresses an understanding of the interconnection of all trades. This skill is essential to Leska in order to properly work on any project. Originally from the Czech Republic, Martin Leska was introduced to his father’s business of roofing, remodeling, and restoration. Martin attended a four year apprenticeship trade school called SOU Technicka in Frydlant Nad Ostravici. It was here where he learned more about the roofing and construction industry. During his 4 year apprenticeship, he gained multiple skills, including interpreting and drawing technical specifications and the basic requirements of structural engineering. Martin now lives near Clarksville, Maryland, bringing Old-World skills and quality craftsmanship to his clients.

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Hardware of the Past
(Reproduction Hardware)
405 N Main Street
Saint Charles, MO 63301
800.562.5855
Hardware of the Past
Hardware of the Past

Welcome to Hardware of the Past for the present and the future. We offer an extensive line of antique reproduction hardware and refinishing supplies for the restoration of antique furniture. We can also help you restore Hoosier cabinets, trunks, and wicker. Missing a brass drawer pull on your grandmother’s dresser? Check out our selections in the Furniture Hardware Department. Need a flour bin for that great Hoosier cabinet you found at the local thrift store? Go to our Kitchen Cabinet Hardware Department. Want to restore your world traveling great aunt’s antique steamer trunk to its original glory? Book on over to our Trunk Hardware Department. Did you throw a party and the next morning find scratches on your favorite accent table? Click on Scratch Removers in our Restoration Aids Department. Does that old kitchen table need a new surface? Our Wood Department has natural wood veneers for any surface. Visit our website for much, much more!

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Putnam Rolling
Ladder Company, Inc.

(Custom Rolling Ladders)
PO Box 111
Hoboken, NJ 07030
212.226.5147
Putnam Rolling Ladder Company, Inc.
Putnam Rolling Ladder Company, Inc.

Putnam Rolling Ladder Company, Inc. manufactures custom rolling ladders for libraries, commercial, and residential use. Our famous No.1 Rolling Ladder is a beautiful addition to any home or business: it endures the rigors of industry yet has the grace and beauty of fine furniture. The No. 1 Rolling Ladder is made of best grade red oak or choice of other hard wood. Steps are screwed to rails, not nailed, and rods are placed under each step, for greater strength. In lieu of a clear finish, the ladder can be finished in various popular wood shades, as desired, You may choose from any of the Minwax interior wood finishes, or, if you prefer to finish the ladder yourself, unfinished is also available. The top slide feature, available in either roll type (No. 210) or hook slide, (No. 230) permits the rolling ladder to be pulled out for use or pushed back against shelves to conserve space. The roll type top fixture (No. 210) is for a ladder permanently attached to the track. The hook slide top fixture (No. 230) is used when a ladder needs to be removed from one section of track to another.

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Richardson
Preservation Consulting

(Preservation Consultant)
PO Box 2164
Waldron, AR 72958
479.637.6684
Richardson Preservation Consulting
Richardson Preservation Consulting

Richardson Preservation Consulting is an historic preservation consulting firm specializing in cultural landscapes. RPC is owned and operated by historian and preservationist Ty Richardson. Mr. Richardson holds a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architectural Studies and a Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of Arkansas, as well as a Masters in Historic Preservation from the University of Pennsylvania. It is the goal of RPC to ensure that the integrity of historic landscapes, districts, buildings and other cultural resources are maintained. As such, RPC offers a wide variety of historic preservation services including consultation services for historic sites, cultural landscape inventories, historic cemetery master plans, National Register nominations and more.

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Havens Metal
(Metal Works)
6701 Edgewater C. Pkwy
Orlando, FL 32810
407.456.8698
Havens Metal
Havens Metal

Havens Metal manufactures copper and stainless steel sinks for the kitchen, bath, and bar. With a vision to develop advanced metal products and work directly with the homeowner, we’ve built the Havens Metal brand as a platform where customers have the option to select, customize and purchase luxurious home metal products with ease. Known worldwide, Havens Metal is the prestigious result of four generations perfecting the craft, innovating luxurious designs and mastering the art of custom sheet metal. As a worldwide brand, we at Havens Metal pride ourselves on a level of craftsmanship which results in the most advanced copper and stainless steel metal products available. With our customers' investments in mind, the Havens Metal brand strives to lead by innovation and deliver exceptional quality around the globe.

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Historic Doors
(Traditional Wood Doors)
PO Box 139
Kempton, PA 19529
610.756.6187
Historic Doors
Historic Doors

Historic Doors designs and fabricates custom wood doors and entryways in our Kempton, Pennsylvania shop. Our doors grace the openings of universities, churches, and homes throughout the country. Properly detailed and proportioned, they are created for both aesthetics and delight. Each custom project is engineered for function and longevity. We collaborate directly with homeowners and architects to find solutions for wooden doorways that will enhance their context. Projects range from single to multiple openings. In addition to providing doors for new construction, we can match existing doors for restoration projects. We believe an entryway is the centerpiece of a building and can be considered the keynote of its design. Historic Doors was honored to receive a Special Award for Craftsmanship in 2016 from Traditional Building Magazine.

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The Real Milk Paint Co.
(Authentic Milk Paint)
126 Commerce Drive
Hohenwald, TN 38462
800.339.9748
Real Milk Paint Co.
Real Milk Paint Co.

Milk paint is an environmentally friendly paint that is ideal for antique furniture, decks, floors and walls. You can mix milk paint with pigment powders to create just about any color you can imagine. The Real Milk Paint Co.'s exclusive formula makes Real Milk Paint longer lasting than other milk paint products. After being mixed, Real Milk Paint remains usable for at least two weeks, compared to a day, which is typical of most milk paints. Real Milk Paint is the ideal choice for an environmentally friendly, non toxic paint that gives you convenience and a broad color selection. The Real Milk Paint Company does not stop there. We also offer milk paint remover, crackle, tung oil, Citrus Solvent (a natural replacement for mineral spirits and paint thinner) and a host of other earth friendly products.

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Schneider Historic
Preservation, LLC

(Preservation Consultant)
411 E. 6th Street
Anniston, AL 36207
256.310.6320
Schneider Historic Preservation, LLC
Schneider Historic Preservation, LLC

Schneider Historic Preservation, LLC provides a full range of historic preservation consulting services, specializing in the certification of projects for historic rehabilitation tax credits, National Register nominations and historic resource documentation, community preservation planning, and design review in historic districts. Mr. Schneider's professional historic preservation career spans 36 years, during which time he has successfully completed a diverse range of projects for both private and public sector clients in fifteen states and one other country. Historic preservation projects often involve the varied interests of clients, regulatory agencies, advocacy groups, and the public. Having worked extensively in both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors, Mr. Schneider is an effective advocate for his clients’ interests and is skilled at finding creative and practical solutions for complicated projects. In 2013, Mr. Schneider was engaged by the Alabama Historical Commission to assist with the preparation of regulations and procedures for the Alabama Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program. Since that time, he has represented projects involving more than $315,000,000 in proposed rehabilitation work and more than 2,100,000 square feet of building space for clients seeking to utilize state and federal historic rehabilitation tax credits in Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

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LimeWorks.us
(Masonry Restoration
Products)
3145 State Road
Telford, PA 18969
215.536.6706
LimeWorks.us
LimeWorks.us

LimeWorks.us is a leader in the manufacturing of Natural Hydraulic Lime based coatings and mortars for historic restoration and new sustainable construction. Based in the Greater Philadelphia region, LimeWorks.us distributes and consults throughout the entire United States. Natural Hydraulic Lime is a breathable material that is sympathetic to vintage masonry. Ecologic® Mortar is a like to like repair material for damaged and missing mortar available in 12 stock colors and custom blends. Lithomex is a Natural Hydraulic Lime based repair and patching material for cracked or otherwise damaged stone and brick of all types and colors. There are 24 stock Lime Paint colors as well as 24 Potassium Silicate Paints and Stains for interior and exterior applications.

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St. Cloud Window, Inc.
(Replication Windows)
390 Industrial Blvd.
Sauk Rapids, MN 56379
800.383.9311
St. Cloud Window, Inc.
St. Cloud Window, Inc.

From acoustical applications and historic replication, to wind, rain and impact resistance, St. Cloud Window, Inc. specializes in challenging, multi-faceted projects. Our focused expertise allows us the flexibility to successfully undertake complex, specialized projects regardless of size. Whether it's just a few windows or a towering highrise, we can bring your vision to life. St. Cloud Window's emergence as an industry leader can be traced to our unswerving commitment to quality. This key principle has guided every aspect of our operations since 1952, from research and development, to production and customer service. But the greatest evidence of this commitment is reflected in the St. Cloud Window projects themselves, in thousands of buildings across the nation. Every one is a testament to innovation, performance and value -- as well as satisfied customers.

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Vixen Hill Mfg. Co.
(Wooden Shutters)
69 E. Main St.
Elverson, PA, 19520 800.423.2766
Vixen Hill Mfg. Co.
Vixen Hill Mfg. Co.

In 1980 Vixen Hill began crafting real wooden shutters because they were nearly impossible to find and the attempt to replace traditional wood shutters with synthetic materials had inherent problems. Difficulties included window size mismatch, harmful and inaccurate mounting practices, fading and repainting issues. Vixen Hill’s solution was to go back to traditional pegged mortise/tenon joinery with improvements unavailable in earlier shutter designs. First, Vixen Hill built a wood mill to process the world’s finest cedar from British Columbia. Next it offered shutters to match window sizes using strong hidden joists. The result was a historically accurate shutter made of rot and insect resistant wood, designed to discourage water and insect penetration. Vixen Hill exterior wooden shutters are available in all the traditional styles you would expect. We also offer a full line of traditional shutter hardware.

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King's Chandelier Co.
(Period Lighting)
729 S. Van Buren Road
Eden, NC 27288
336.623.6188
King's Chandelier Co.
King's Chandelier Co.

When you order from King's Chandelier Co.,each piece of your crystal chandelier or sconce is hand picked, inspected, and matched by our dedicated craftsman. Your fixture is built just for you and shipped to your door. If any breakage occurs during shipping, Chandelier.com will replace the broken component pieces with no cost to you. Whether you are searching for a large, Swarovski crystal chandelier or a small, more traditional sconce, our chandelier experts are just a phone call away. We can offer advice on size and style or guide you in customization details. If you have a special request regarding ceiling mounts or shipping, just call us! Most importantly, after you receive your purchase, we are happy to talk to you about installation or maintenance - even 20 years from now.

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The Swan Company
(Picture Hanging
Paraphernalia)
637 Georgia Street
Vallejo, CA 94590
707.980.6319
The Swan Company
The Swan Company

For The Swan Company owner, Carol Hanson, it all began in 1979 with the purchase of an 1876 Italianate row house on Golden Gate Avenue in San Francisco. "It had picture rail molding, but the only place that carried the appropriate hangers (Woolworth's) went out of business before I got there. So I said 'Ok, I can do this myself'. Figuring that I wasn’t the only person that would miss Woolworth, I ran a very tiny ad in Victorian Homes Magazine. That describes the birth of the 'Picture Hanging Paraphernalia'. What came next was the picture rail molding. In 1989, we began construction of a new old house using mostly architectural salvage. That’s when I stumbled on 'Gesso' picture rail molding. By some miracle I found enough at a salvage yard to do our entire house. But I was in love with it and wanted to share it with others. I used scrap pieces on my website to display my picture rail hooks. Big mistake…as people thought I had it for sale, and I ended up disappointing a lot of them. But that’s when my quest began to learn as much as I could about it. It led me on a long (and many times disappointing) road, but I just couldn’t get it out of my mind. So now, a mere 25 years later, I am able to offer the world authentic Gesso Picture Rail Molding. Yes the real thing…plaster on wood and, best of all, it’s made in the USA".

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E.T. Moore
Manufacturing, Inc.

(Heart of Pine Specialist)
3100 N Hopkins Rd. #101
Richmond, VA 23224
804.231.1823
E.T. Moore Manufacturing, Inc.
E.T. Moore Manufacturing, Inc.

Why choose E.T. Moore? Our customers, some we have supplied with beautiful Heart Pine Flooring and reclaimed antique wood for decades, know that we care about two things: the wood, and our client. A family owned and operated business, we are the largest and oldest supplier of heart pine and reclaimed fine woods in the United States, because of our attention to detail and attention to the customer. Whether your project is residential or commercial, please contact us at any time if you have any questions about our reclaimed lumber, heart of pine, or rare wood supplies, its uses, or if you would like a personal tour of our showroom.

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435 Carrabassett Road
New Portland, ME 04961
207.249.1687
Western Maine Screen Doors Co.
Western Maine Screen Doors Co.

The Western Maine Screen Doors Company is a family run business located in the foothills of the western Maine mountains. For over 25 years now, the Western Maine Screen Doors Company has been making custom mahogany screen doors. We will work with you or your contractor, step by step, to assure that you get exactly the door or screen panels for your porch that you want and expect. We can interchange any design features of our doors to fit the look you are looking for. We can also work with you to design one of your very own! Recently here at the Western Maine Screen Doors Company, we have expanded our line of products to include shutters, rosettes and plinth blocks, custom moldings, and other custom order products. We expect you to be happy and proud that you have purchased one of our products!

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O.K. Foundry Company
(Architectural Casting)
1005 Commerce Road
Richmond, VA 23224
804.233.9674
O. K. Foundry Company
O. K. Foundry Company

O. K. Foundry Company is a full service iron foundry providing custom architectural iron castings for new installations and restoration of historical cast iron. With a foundry pattern shop on premises, OK Foundry maintains complete traditional pattern making capabilities and foundry pattern tradecraft. Casting designs and patterns can also be rendered in 3D CAD and digital fabrication techniques like CNC milling, CNC routing, and additive manufacturing. Our foundry pattern makers can reproduce architectural iron castings from drawings or salvaged original pieces for accurate reproductions or sensitive restorations. Almost any casting can be reproduced by the skilled artisans at OK Foundry. Patternless castings for prototypes or one-of-a-kind castings can be made using sand mold printing technology. To support new designs OK Foundry provides complete design and engineering support for new castings. Let OK Foundry show you how sand castings can be used in your project.

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