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Preserving the Past with Precision

We Have the Know-How to Preserve Your Building’s Historic Beauty, Inside and Out

Rich in architectural splendor, our nation has well-preserved historic residences, public buildings, and landmark structures. These significant buildings span a number of eras, each with its own traditional looks and authentic colors, which should be carefully and respectfully preserved whenever renovations are done. Arch Painting knows and appreciates the needs of these important buildings, and we have the expertise to maintain their aesthetics and heritage.

Whenever we’re called on for services in buildings of this caliber, we take great consideration and care to maintain the appropriate look. One part of this is choosing the right wall coverings and the authentic colors of the specific historical period that applies. We’re pleased and proud to have this expertise, which we’ve built since 1997, with a sincere interest in these key components of our heritage. Arch is the contractor you can trust to attend to your treasured building’s special requirements and get the job done with the greatest level of attention.

Painting Historic Treasures

A Glimpse into Our Proud Legacy

We’re honored to have worked on some of the best-known historic buildings, including:

  • Harvard University – Holden Chapel Built in 1744, Architectural style: Georgian
  • Phillips Academy – Churchill House Built in 1881, Architectural style: Queen Anne
  • North Congregational Parish Church Original House Built in 1790, Architectural style: Federal
  • Governor George S. Boutwell House Built in 1851, Architectural style: Greek Revival, Italianate
  • Woodbridge Grammar School Built in 1905, Architectural style: Colonial Revival
  • Boston Symphony Hall Built in 1900, Architectural style: Classical Revival
  • Middlesex County Courthouse Built in 1851, Architectural style: Colonial Revival, Italianate, Renaissance Revival
  • Exchange Hall – South Acton, MA Built in 1860
  • Phillips Academy – Blunt-Clark House Built in 1825, Architectural style: Federal, Second Empire
Expert Painting Services for Historic Buildings
Expert Painting Services for Historic Buildings
Expert Painting Services for Historic Buildings