Building RestorationPreserve the beauty of your historic home
Building Restoration Services To Unveil The Beauty Your Historic Home
Your home is where you spend most of your time, so you need it to provide a clean, safe, enjoyable, and comfortable atmosphere for you and your family. Many older homes have interior layouts that are not compatible with today’s lifestyles, but due to their historic value and gorgeous but structurally sound facades, it would be a shame to simply tear them down in favor of an entirely new home. That’s where Pacific Wood Projects comes in. We believe in preserving the beauty of your historic home while tactfully upgrading it to fit your ever-changing life.
Everything You Need!
We can restore everything from a postmodern studio apartment in the city to a sprawling Victorian style manor in the country. If you are tired of the wall of the wall separating your family room and your kitchen, we can tear it down and build a wide open multi-purpose room that will be perfect for entertaining. If you want to add a bathroom or transform an old attic into a den or bedroom, we have the expertise to help. Our consultants will go over all of your needs before taking a finger to any part of your house. Once you’ve seen their ideas and design concepts, you’ll be anxious to get started with your restoration.
A Perfect Home For You!
We don’t just make your house look better, we make it function better as well. We will do a thorough assessment and pay close attention to HVAC systems, electrical wiring, and the structural integrity of your home. When we are done renovating your house, it will not only be gorgeous, it will also be more energy efficient, safer, and healthier for everyone who lives there. You’ll be shocked at how clean the air inside feels, and you’ll be relieved when your electricity bills come back cheaper than ever before. Let our expert craftsmen restore your entire home, and you’ll be glad that you went with Pacific Wood Projects from day one. We leave no stone left unturned and we strive to create homes that we ourselves would love to live in.