Interior & Exterior Finishes

Residential Restoration: Interior and Exterior Finishes

The finishing touches on renovation or restoration projects can make or break the final design. Your home has stood the test of time to become a classic. Our team will work with you to make sure your interior and exterior finishes look and work perfectly so you can enjoy them for years to come.


The right trim choices can make sure your molding, baseboards and window casings match the overall aesthetic you want to create for your remodeling project. We can go for a traditional look and match your existing trim work, or we can make a bold statement with reclaimed wood, barn wood or custom milling.


We use only the best brands of siding to finish your exteriors. We’ll help you pick out the perfect siding option to complement the rest of your home. Brands we recommend include:

Or if you prefer something more custom and hand-crafted, we can use the following natural siding options:

  • Wood
  • Custom Milled
  • Reclaimed Wood


Quality cabinetry is both functional and appealing, adding storage space to your newly restored space. We install stock and custom cabinetry in a variety of finishes, including painted cabinets, reclaimed wood, and custom finishes. We can also design the layout of your cabinets to maximize space and provide the optimal storage solution.


Durable, beautiful and water-resistant tile not only adds beauty to your space, it protects it from stains and spills. We can restore your tile to its original beauty, whether it is on floors, walls, custom showers and backsplashes in a variety of materials including ceramic and glass. We’ll help you find the right material to recreate the look of your antique tile, using modern materials. Then we’ll professionally install, and do the grouting and any repairs you might need.

Hardwood Flooring

Warm and inviting, nothing conveys the charm of an older home quite like real hardwood flooring. It requires a skilled professional to properly refurbish and restore to its original glory. We’ll help you choose the best material to match your hardwood floor, whether that means new or salvaged wood.

If you want to bring new life to your hardwood floor as part of your restoration project, we have the experience you need. We can repair, sand and refinish your damaged hardwood floors, and make sure any replacement boards closely match the existing wood.


Each room in your house has a different purpose, mood and style. We will help you select the best color and finish for your interior and exterior paint as part of your restoration project. Our restoration experience provides us with expertise in period-appropriate choices for historical homes, and we can do a variety of faux finishes. Even if your project requires high gloss / car finish paint, we have the skill to complete it.


A well-made fence helps define outdoor living spaces, sets the tone for entertaining and protects your family’s property and privacy. We install and repair wood and metal fences, including including gates and custom work.


A deck or porch creates a graceful transition between your home and your property. It’s the ideal setting for barbecues and family get-togethers. We can install a new deck, or repair and extend an existing deck.

Windows and Doors

Modern, insulated doors and windows can be the hardest element to fit into a restored appearance, but they’re essential for creating a comfortable living environment. We can mill windows and doors to match older styles, handle lead paint issues with rope and weight windows, and install new windows that maintain the elegant appearance of historical windows and doors.

Roofing and Guttering

Your roof is your home’s crowning glory. We can install and repair even complex roofs, using materials including shingles, copper, as well as slate and clay tile popular in Craftsman and Colonial style houses. We can also install and repair your guttering.


A historic restoration project can present unique challenges when it comes to insulation and overall energy efficiency. If you’ve been told it’s not possible to insulate lathe and plaster homes, or very old homes with solid brick interior and exterior walls, we can help. There are ways to insulate even these challenging original construction issues.

We pride ourselves on the energy-efficient and comfortable spaces we build. Part of that effort is ensuring enough of the right kind of insulation has been installed. We are experts at insulating your home with materials including:

  • Fiberglass
  • Open Cell Foam
  • Closed Cell Foam
  • Drill and Fill
  • Blow-in