At Coastal Exteriors, our focus is always quality over quantity. As a small firm serving local Maryland and Washington, D.C. clients, we are able to put our full attention into each project and give each building the care it deserves. When you work with Coastal Exteriors, you’re working with a staff that truly cares about you and your building. We understand that a school, church, or monument isn’t just a roof over your head: it’s a symbol that has stood the test of time and served thousands. These structures deserve to be restored.
Many of our projects are on buildings central to their communities. Buildings such as Camden Station, Everyman Theater, and Johns Hopkins’ Gilman Hall are iconic. We consider it an honor to have been able to protect and restore these buildings so they can be enjoyed for generations to come.
Between our years of expertise, our willingness to go the extra mile when handling historic restoration, and an owner who is actively involved in all our projects, you can trust Coastal Exteriors to treat your project with the respect it deserves.
Our clients have included many notable buildings in the Baltimore, DC, and Annapolis area. Here’s a sampling of buildings we’ve worked on to give you an idea of the work we do:
- Gilman Hall at Johns Hopkins University
- The Lyric Opera House
- The Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park and Museum
- McDowell Hall at St. John’s College
- Miller’s Court
- Mount Royal Station
- Pinkney Hall at St. John’s College
- St. Mary’s Seminary
- 300 East Fayette Street
- The Basilica of the Assumption
- Beach Hall at the United States Naval Academy
- Bancroft Hall at the United States Naval Academy
- Building 58 at the Washington Navy Yard
- Camden Station
- Carey Hall at Gilman School
- Eastern Avenue Pumping Station
- Everyman Theater
- The First Unitarian Church of Baltimore
- The Fox Building at the Maryland Institute College of Art
- Christ Lutheran Church
- Hebrew Orphan Asylum
- Fairmount-Harford School
- John Ruhrah School
- The Green School
- Newcomer Hall @ Maryland School for the Blind
- The Parkway Theatre
- The Brentwood
- Westminster House
Many of these buildings are accessible to the public or can be seen easily from the road. We encourage you to visit them and inspect our work for yourself so you can see the results we get for our customers. You can also see images of some of these buildings in our portfolio section.