Preservation and Restoration of Period and Historic Homes
Our company has worked on many period and historic homes from the city of Boston to the historic town of Concord, where it all began in 1775.
We welcome the challenge our clients have put before us—whether it is a renovation of a wing in a historic home or the complete rewiring of the existing structure.
Clients want the finished product to look like the original structure of the period, and they want the piece of mind that the electrical system behind the walls is safe.
Our goals are simple:
- Address each client’s need, while baring in mind the historic importance of the home.
- Consult with the client along the way and bring fresh ideas to the table each day.
Our biggest challenge was the complete rewiring of the second oldest house in the city of Cambridge. The Hooper-Lee-Nichols House, home of the Cambridge Historical Society on Brattle Street.
- Hooper-Lee-Nichols House
- Ralph Waldo Emerson House
- Concord Museum
- Major John Buttrich House
- Henry David Thoreau Pencil Factory House
- Jonathon Harrington Jr. House, Lexington Common
We Maintain Our Commitment to Excellence with Active Memberships In the Following Organizations:
- The Massachusetts Electrical Contractors Association
- The International Furnishings and Design Association