Historic Restorations Can Redefine Your Home
When you are renovating an older home, it is as important to consider its past in preparing for its future. Historic renovations preserve a structure’s past while incorporating present-day conveniences and efficiencies. There is no reason to sacrifice your home’s architectural heritage for lasting, energy-efficient performance, technology or convenience. Upgrading the electrical system, using energy-efficient products in vintage-type structures, improving the heating and cooling of the structure are all possibilities while maintaining the historical value of your home.
Batch Building will work to ensure your historical renovation stays as true to its history as possible while integrating accurate design details throughout the renovation. Every attempt will be made to preserve and restore the historical structure utilizing the architecture and detail from its era. Batch Building’s attention to detail is supported by research into the appropriate time period to assist you in making architecturally-accurate selections for your renovation.
Restoring Historic Structures Means Ensuring Visual Consistency
While the design of your historic home may have withstood the test of time, the actual physical structure may be in need of attention and reinforcement in order for the structure to continue its useful life. Batch Building & Remodeling is experienced with older structures and can replace or repair the supporting frames and beams as required to maintain the historical architecture.
Batch Building will help you consider your home’s exterior and interior architecture to support the structure’s historical period. These elements help to guide you as you make choices while ensuring visual consistency. Choosing architecturally-accurate details for such items as trim and hardware is an important detail in a historic restoration. From the kind of wood and finishes used in your home restoration to the decorative details like crown molding, Batch Building can guide you.