As one of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston has a significant amount of historical landmarks and buildings, attracting over 20 million tourists every year. People come from far and near to observe and appreciate the history that has taken place here. From the freedom trail to the Old Statehouse, the Paul Revere House, and beyond, the historical value that these buildings hold is unique and irreplaceable. However, since many of these buildings are hundreds of years old, it’s inevitable that they have faced wear and tear to the exterior as a result of harsh weather and other natural factors. As a masonry contractor, ESI Waterproofing & Masonry Restoration is proud to be part of preserving historical buildings in the Boston area. We provide restoration, renovation, and rehabilitation services to preserve the integrity of the buildings while ensuring the building is up to current codes. We’ve had the pleasure of working on many projects in the Greater Boston Area including the Roxbury Presbyterian Church, Harvard University, and the Veteran’s Memorial Auditorium. ESI is dedicated to providing the skills necessary to reproduce period craftsmanship in masonry. We believe preserving the historical significance of some of the oldest buildings in Boston is important to preserving the feel of Boston itself.
Masonry Restoration: Historic Buildings
ESI has extensive experience in commercial masonry historical restoration. Our services include the restoration of brick and concrete, stone molding and casting to replicate intricate designs, cutting and pointing of masonry joints, cleaning masonry surfaces, and beyond! Our state-of-the-art equipment, combined with our expert team of professionals, can help to preserve the beauty and culture of Boston’s oldest buildings. Get in contact with us today to request a free custom quote! Give us a call at (617) 265-7222 to get started.