How to Maintain Historical Accuracy During Barn Repairs

There’s something undeniably enchanting about stepping into a historically accurate barn. It’s like being whisked back in time, surrounded by the craftsmanship and stories of a bygone era. However, the charm of these timeless structures often comes with a unique challenge: executing modern repairs without compromising their authenticity. How do we ensure that these beautiful… Read more »

Spring is Here

Spring is finally here in New England. If you walk around your home or barn and discover any rot, bows, sags, etc. that you hadn’t noticed last year, it is very important to have them evaluated. If you have a bow on the lower edge of your home, it is a clear indicator that the… Read more »

Working in the Cold Weather

Clients always ask us if we work through the winter. The answer is yes. As long as the proper precautions are taken, there is no danger to the home. We ensure that any areas with siding removed have extra insulation at the end of each day. Pipes, etc. are also properly cared for. We have… Read more »

Colonial Restorations Race Jersey

Brad, an avid triathlete and road race runner, is wearing his new Colonial Restorations race jersey at a recent half marathon in which he came in 8th in his age group running a 1:40 time (click title to see photos). He was interviewed by a local television station at the race.  

Slide Show Presentations

We have a slide show presentation of photos from various projects from the past thirty three years.  This past month, we were asked to present it on two different occasions.  We presented at Tiger Home Inspection’s annual meeting in Randolph, MA. The presentation went very well and we received many compliments in regards to the… Read more »