What Are The First Steps To Restore Your Property?
Choosing a contractor from the restoration companies in our area can be challenging. To simplify the process, Herr & Company recommends you choose the contractor whose work ethic and attitude work well with your own. Restoring a property can be a lengthy process so the relationship between contractor and property owner needs to be solid and mutual. At Herr & Company, we choose our clients as much as they choose us. Our process ensures we work closely together through the entire project.
Where Does Herr & Company Recommend We Start?
At Herr & Company, we have experience restoring historic homes and the out buildings that make them so unique. Sometimes a smaller project can give you a nice introduction to the process. Have an old slave quarters that you would like to restore for historical purposes? Why not start there first, then move to the bigger home. It’s a relatively small scale project so the decisions you need to make are less demanding.
Full Restoration With Added Functionality
Choosing to restore your historic home to it’s former grandeur is commendable, but don’t neglect your comfort for the thrill of historical accuracy. At Herr & Company, we walk you through the process and fully discuss all aspects of the project. Most projects require a compromise of function and historical accuracy. Often, the happy medium, for example, is to restore the original staircase, but remodel an old closet into a butler’s pantry. Let Herr & Company take the lead and use our process to guide your project from start to finish.
Restoring Virginia’s Homes To Their Former Grandeur.
Herr & Company is proud of the projects they have completed since 1988. Our team is equipped to handle the intricacies of historical restoration and have the relationships with craftsman to ensure your project is completed correctly and to the standards your property demands. When you’re choosing from qualified restoration companies, choose Herr & Company for their in depth knowledge and advanced skill set.