Our services can be applied to any historic facade, allowing us to serve a variety of buildings made with a range of materials.
Who Do We Serve?
Monuments and Memorials
Monuments and memorials in the Maryland and Washington, D.C. area are often either enclosed structures housed in classical constructions or are open-air arches and gazebo-like structures. These are perfect candidates for historical façade restoration. They’re built the same way as more traditional buildings, sometimes on a smaller scale, and have more historical importance.
When restoring a monument or memorial, the significance of the structure cannot be ignored. Coastal Exteriors takes care to respect these structures and ensure their restoration is sensitively handled and of the highest standards.
Government and Military Facilities
Many government and military buildings were constructed prior to the 1930s in the DC and Maryland area. Many others are recognizable concrete buildings from the 60s and 70s. Virtually all of these buildings benefit from historical façade restoration. These prominent buildings represent our nation, but they also see constant use. Ensuring government and military buildings are well cared for represents how we honor ourselves as a country — and it makes us look good. Our stone, brick, and cement façade restoration services have allowed us to restore many government buildings, as showcased in our portfolio.
Libraries, train stations, public park buildings, and outdoor theaters are all facilities used foremost by the public. They may be owned by municipalities or private entities, but the heavy usage they see sets them in a similar class. It’s especially important to renew the beauty of these buildings as they usually contribute greatly to the value of an area. We work hard to ensure public buildings remain the highlights of their neighborhoods.
We’ve worked with many schools, universities, and colleges in the area to restore historic buildings on their campuses. We’ve worked with everything from brick and stone Classical and Georgian buildings to converted factory buildings in our 20+ years of service. No matter what kind of building you need restored on campus, we can help.
Most local hospitals have a mix of modern and historic buildings on their grounds. While the historic buildings may only be used as converted administration buildings in some cases, they are still just as important to the overall character of a hospital. Restoring masonry and brickwork, resealing windows, and checking roofing for damage-causing problems are some of the services we offer in working with hospital buildings.
We’ve worked with local religious groups to ensure their buildings are restored to both historical standards and standards set by their religion. Colors and materials are carefully selected to match the history of each building in partnership with the governing body responsible for the building. This ensures each façade will remain beautiful and strong for years to come.
Not every historical façade is a Georgian mansion. Some high-rise apartment buildings also need historical exterior repairs to ensure their continued safety and security. Our concrete restoration services are perfect for apartment buildings from the 50s through the 70s and help ensure the building doesn’t suffer from storm and water damage that can cause larger structural issues.
Converted or original historical buildings are often used for commercial ventures, and these buildings need to look good for their customers while remaining structurally sound. Our façade restoration caters to any business or commercial center with a historic host, including restaurants, shops, convention centers, hotels, and more. Whether you’re in a historic downtown shopping center or an old converted brewery, call us ensure your building is restored the right way.
Contact Us To Learn More
To learn more about our restoration services and see if what we do is right for you, contact us.