Working to preserve historic architectural details requires one trait in abundance—patience.
That quality was on full display by our Alpine team during almost 2000 hours of meticulous work removing layers of lead paint from the interior of the Colonel Barrett House, part of the Minute Man National Park. Alpine’s commitment to the art of restoration coupled with our experience in safe lead paint removal, ultimately brought the centuries-old, original, interior finish to light.
That combination of environmental skill, craftsmanship, and a love of architecture has allowed us to make a difference not just in the workmanship of our projects but also in helping to hold on to history. It meant that a homeowner wouldn’t have to lose the cherished details in their 1930’s Cape during lead paint removal, and reassured preservationists, working to restore an 1805 Rockport church, that we could undo the ravages of time and do it safely.
If you have a project that involves restoration and would like to talk to a member of our team please don’t hesitate to contact us.