Historic restoration is different than most restoration work for two reasons. First is that historic projects are predominately made of materials infrequently encountered in modern structures. Terra cotta, marble, limestone, and brownstone materials are common in historic facades and rarely used in newer projects. The second issue that makes historic work different is that many projects are nearing that "priceless" value, especially in large statuary restoration.
We at Lindman are proud of the craftsmanship and historic experience we bring to historic restoration projects. We have experience with each of the materials listed above and numerous other skills that these unique projects require.
Lindman has performed restoration work on The White House, The US Capitol, numerous other historic projects, as well as statuary projects including the Barnard Statuary group (valued at over $20 Million and a 5 year ongoing project) in Harrisburg, Pa and Tripoli Monument at the Naval Academy.