Historic Renovations

Historic Renovations in NJ

Historic Renovation efforts in NJ seek to preserve and conserve homes and buildings of historical significance.  The Secretary of the Interior’s Standard for Preservation offers guidelines regarding how to modify a historically significant building, while allowing for the way we live today.  Philip Rochelle is a New Jersey Contractor who helps his clients who own historically significant homes determine how best to approach their renovations, while keeping, or restoring, the inherent historical nature of their home.  When modifying or adding to a historical home, Phil will find matching materials, and use tradesmen who are experts in replicating contributing historical details, such as a particular slate roofing pattern, coursing of stone, or the subtleties of a curving eave.


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