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Sheet Metal Scrulpture & Statue Restoration

Although many traditional sculptures and statues are made out of stone, the drawback of doing so is that they not only take an incredibly long time to create, but they tend to be vulnerable to damage. It’s one of the reasons why sheet metal is often the preferred…

Ornamental Decorative Sheet Metal Restoration and Preservation

Due to its durable nature and resistance to damage caused by long-term exposure to the elements, it should come as no surprise that metal has been used as a building material for centuries. However, metal also happens to be incredibly flexible, especially when compared to materials like wood…

Doors & Windows Restoration and Preservation

Traditionally, doors and windows have been built out of wood and glass. However, it’s not uncommon for metal to be used either. For instance, Kalamein metal doors and windows, which use wooden frames clad with metal, became quite popular in the early 20th century. They were initially used…

Restore and Preserve Metal Roofs and Walls

Although there are countless materials used in the construction of roofs and walls, arguably the most durable of them all is metal. The flexibility and damage resistance of metal shingles and wall panels is one of the primary reasons metal is so commonly used throughout modern construction. However,…

Sheet Metal Preservation Tips

Sheet metal is a thin, flat piece of metal with various applications. Because of its durability and its flexibility, it’s often used for roofing, siding, gutters, siding, and flashing. It’s also used to build and restore historic building features, such as domes, church steeples, custom cupolas, Kalamein windows…

How Building Restoration and Preservation Works

No building lasts forever, no matter how well it was constructed. As a result, restoration and preservation work is required from time to time, especially on (but not limited to) historic buildings. Buildings that have been restored and preserved in this way often look better than they did…