Historical Building Painting
Historical building painting, maintenance, preservation, and rehabilitation.
With historical buildings, you never know what you are getting into until you start to peel back the onion. The local historical society codes regulate historic buildings, and to top that off, most of these older buildings have lead-based paint. We have painted and preserved numerous historical buildings successfully, taking all this into account with diligent planning. From start to finish, we respect your building and project and would be honored to work with you on the restoration of your historic building.
Some of our past clients include Colorado State Capitol, Daniels & Fisher Assoc, St Johns, Loyola Catholic Church, and Grosvenor Arms.
Award Winning Project - Coatings Pro Magazine
Client: State of Colorado
Scope: Vapor blasting old paint from copper ribs and repainting. Repainting lower pillars. Regilding gold leaf roof
Product: Manetti 24k Gold Leaf,
SW Epoxy and Fluoropolymer
Client: Daniels and Fisher
Scope: Repainting dome, flagpole, clock face, and facade.
Products: SW Siloxane, Dow Corning 791
Modern Masters Metallic
Client: 1770 Sherman
Scope: Repainting domes, windows, and roof structure
Product: Benjamin Moore Iron Clad
Sherwin Williams Duration
Client: Saint Ignatius of Loyola Catholic Church
Scope: Rehab painting of 18 3-story wood windows. Restoration of window sash and decorative wood
Product: Sherwin Williams Duration