Historic Restoration & Painting
Modern Materials, Old World Craftsmanship
Painting requires more skill and attention to detail in a historic building. Everyone invested in the project has an emotional attachment to the property. Preservation work requires the services of skilled tradesmen and an understanding of the methods employed when the structure was built.
Alpine Painting has over 35-years of experience in restoration and painting services. Our craftsmen have the skill and understanding for delicate and highly complex restoration projects. Unique wood moulding, plaster, and metal require meticulous detail work to repair or impeccably match the original.
We know the secrets the old world craftsmen honed in earlier times. We have worked with historic preservation commissions, architects and builders who seamlessly integrate new construction materials into 100+ year old buildings without any loss of detail.
Museums, churches, national landmarks, libraries and more. Alpine Painting offers restoration experience, perspective and the patience required to balance the needs of all stakeholders. Most importantly, we have the resources to complete any project at highly competitive rates.
Some of our past historic projects include Lucy the Elephant (The World’s Largest Elephant), Barnegat Lighthouse, Drumthwacket Manor (NJ Governors’ Estate), and Theodore Roosevelt’s Family Estate (Sagamore Hill).
Our ability to manage projects from minor repairs to total façade restoration is practically a prerequisite for work requiring such a high level of detail. For more insights and details on painting in historic buildings arrange a visit with an Alpine Painting restoration specialist today.
Nassau Hall – Restoring a 95 Year Old Mansion in Muttontown, NY
Delano & Aldrich, the prominent architect of the ‘20s made his first commission in this area. His first commission is the Christie House on Muttontown Rd whose exterior wall was modeled after Mount Vernon, the home of our first president, George Washington. This mansion is now called Nassau Hall owned by Nassau...