Have you been thinking of renovating your old barn? Or, are you wondering whether to tear it down or restore it? If these questions remain unanswered to you, this blog post could be of help.
Do you own a barn that is in need of a restoration? In this post we have listed the top barn restoration companies across Canada. Barn restoration requires a special skill and passion. Some restoration companies specialize in wood or timber construction, while others are experts in restoring the stone and brick foundations. Trust your barn renovation to a company that knows what they are doing and cares about the finished result. Contact Royal Masonry if you are looking for a masonry company that understands the unique challenges of working with all types of stone and brickwork.
Did you know that there are a number of barn restoration grants in Ontario? If you own a barn in Ontario that is designated heritage, then there may be financial assistance available for you to restore it. Many municipalities are realizing the historical value in maintaining these types of properties, but they also understand that restoration is very expensive, so they have developed grant programs to help defray some of the costs. A heritage barn restoration also takes special skill and experience to complete correctly. Royal Masonry has that experience. If you are looking to restore the stonework on your heritage property, call the experts at Royal Masonry.
Tackling a barn restoration in Ontario involves bringing a valuable piece of our province's history back to its original, or as close to its original, beauty as possible. In this post, we take a look at what causes barns to age and get damaged, techniques for maintaining and restoring them, as well as the bylaws in Ontario which govern such modifications. A older barn restoration takes special skill and experience to complete correctly. Royal Masonry has the experience. If you are looking to restore the stone or brick work on your barn, call the experts at Royal Masonry.
Barns are some of the oldest surviving structures that we have in Ontario. They hold the stories of our past and deserve to be preserved for our future generations. But heritage barns not only have historical value, they can also be a viable commercial structure. In this post we will explore how some heritage barns are being restored and look at several uses for them. If you own or are thinking of purchasing a heritage structure with stone features, and are unsure of how to begin the restoration process, contact the stone masonry experts at Royal Masonry.