Damage Recovery
Damaged Plaster Repair

Despite even the best of precautions, damages can happen. The cause could be an accident, natural disaster, equipment failure, or simply human error. While these losses are painful to bear, they can also open the opportunity for revitalization or improvement. Using our decades of experience in several restoration disciplines, Heritage can help you by repairing or recreating that which has been damaged. Areas that we commonly work in are:

  • Wooden Furniture
  • Architectural Elements
  • Oil Paintings
  • Frames
  • Friezes
  • Fine Arts
  • Metalwares
  • Glass (Clear, Stained, Leaded, Colored)
  • Castings
  • Lead Abatement
  • Ceramics
  • Statues


Below is a non-exhaustive list of the many fine styles and types we regularly work on:

Wood Styles:

Queen Anne, Chippendale, Adam, Sheraton, Regency, Victorian, Colonial, Federa, Shaker, Pennsylvania Dutch, Modern Manufacturers

Leaded Glass:

Tyrol, Zettler, Mayer, Frye, Tiffany, Old English, Dunfermline, Royal Bavarian Glass Painting Studio, A.W.N. Pugin, John LaFarge, Thomas A. O'Shaughnessy

Oil Paintings:

Museum Masters, Eugene Delacroix, John Singer Sargent, Thomas Kinkade, Andreas Achenbach


Bergland, Nazarene, Danbury, Franklin Mint, Hummel, Marbles, Terra Cotta, Plaster, Dresden Porcelain, Chinese


Gorham, Haviland, Jensen, Reed & Barton, Towle, Shreve Crump & Low, Benzinger, Fulda, John & Stewart, Louis Gille, Kronenbitter, Baldwin, EKE Brass


Manuscripts, Currier & Ives, Alfred Waud, F. Leo Hunter, Louis Maurer,Samuel J. Woolf

Disaster Recovery