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Home Historic Preservation
Historic Preservation

Today we live in a world of prefabricated structures built for obsolescence, but this wasn’t always the case. Master builders of the past used to create beautiful structures that would last for generations. What tools, materials, and methods did they employ? Uncovering these secrets is one of the joys of historic preservation—using the lessons of the past to inform the design of the future.

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