Repairing older homes and buildings in Denver since 1982, Cornerstone Restoration is a reputable specialist whose works have drawn national attention.
October 7, 2012 (Newswire.com) - The preservation and restoration of old homes and buildings of particular significance is tantamount to honoring the past, and recognizing its contributions to society. Much like safeguarding a home, preserving rehabilitation-worthy establishments is a necessary step to keep the historic value of certain important sites.
"Restoration is not like new construction or 'renovation', as the existing structure must be respected and understood as a unique state-of-being. Each project is approached individually with expert craftsmanship to create a beautiful, lasting restoration," says John Voelker of Cornerstone Restoration. "
Advocating historic preservation, Cornerstone Restoration has been restoring homes and establishments in the Rocky Mountain region in Colorado since 1982. Detailed at RestoredMasonry.com, the company specializes in Structural Masonry Repair & Restoration; Color-Match Tuck-Pointing; Brick Repair and Stone Stabilization; Veneer Separation/Delamination Solutions; Helifix Dry-Fix System; Helibar Crack Stitching; Foundation Underpinning, Restoration & Repair; Original Brick & Stone Replacement'; Precise Mortar Color & Texture Matching; Victorian Chimney Restoration; and Forensic Masonry Consulting.
Given its 30-year outstanding service, Cornerstone Restoration has caught the attention of national publications that focus on structural preservation and similar projects. Notably, the company has been featured in the national magazine Old House Journal. Historic masonry preservation advocate and Cornerstone Restoration owner John Voelker has showcased his work in the article titled "Saving Structural Brickwork" dated October 2007.
Going beyond brick repair, Top Cornerstone Restoration projects have not escaped the eye of the leaders behind the prestigious Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute. In the RMMI "Historic Masonry Preservation" seminar, Mr. Voelker is an esteemed instructor of the "Historic Preservation" certification class.
"In addition to our national historic portfolio which includes The Molly Brown House at 1340 Pennsylvania; the Four Mile Historic House at 715 S. Forest; The Navarre (Museum of Western Art) at 1727 Tremont; Shrine of St. Anne's Old Town Arvada at 7555 Grant Place; and Callahan House at 312 Terry Street Longmont, CO, 85% of our work remains older homes," Voelker says.
"We also believe in supporting our community and work with many non-profits through the gifting of historic masonry restoration and maintenance," adds Voelker.
Giving back to the community, RestoredMasonry.com demonstrates support for various non-profits. The company is gifting periodic historic masonry restoration and maintenance of The Network Coffeehouse in 1402 Pearl; the Washington Street Community Center in 809 S Washington St.; and DenUM, a low-income outreach center located in 1717 East Colfax.
To know more about the services of Cornerstone Restorations, please visit http://restoredmasonry.com for information.