Veterans in sheet metal fabrication and restoration services, for domes, steeples, cupolas, statues, kalamein windows and doors, cornices, and custom projects.
Full restoration and preservation services for sheet metal, building envelope, statuary and lead work on some of North America's most significant buildings.
Heather & Little can reproduce any historical sheet metal shingle, tile, or wall panel project to suit your needs for historic landmark buildings, residences, or a new build.
Specialists in new roofs and roof replacement using metal, cedar, asphalt, slate. Capable of tackling varied and challenging and custom projects.
Historic roof replacements and new roofing projects include sheet metal, asphalt, slate, cedar shakes and shingles and cedar tiles for government buildings, historic churches and significant commercial properties.
Why Choose Us
Architects, Contractors and Building Owners have come to rely upon Heather & Little to help keep their complex custom sheet metal projects on track and on budget.
Put us on your team early. We can help you in the design and budgeting phase of a project and help you see it through to a successful renovation / restoration completion.
Have a project that involves ornamental or historical architectural sheet metal restoration / renovation? Let’s talk about how our skills and experience can complement yours.
Copper Roofing, Parliament Hill Ottawa
The South Facade of Centre Block was the first phase of the massive Parliamentary Restoration Program. Heather & Little is proud to have been a part of the sheet metal restoration of the Canadian Parliament Building’s copper roofing. The South Facade was fully restored to its original beauty with new copper roofing.
Additionally, we have restored the Peace Tower, Mackenzie Tower, and the National Library. Currently, we are working on the High Victorian style West Block.The West Block is the most complex restoration project ever on Parliament Hill. Work began in 2007 should be completed in 2017. View the time lapse video.
Lady Justice Returns to Texas
The original copper statue had been taken down in the 1940s for repairs and never seen again. We replicated this statue in new 24-ounce copper sheet by using dies from other courthouse projects for which we had produced statues.
The challenge in recreating Lady Justice’s head, hair style and the arm holding the scales, was that the only reference in existence was a single old black and white photograph.
View the video.
Where We Work
Since 1925 we have earned the trust of customers throughout North America. View many of our successful projects on the interactive map. Not to brag, but we have received a number project awards for our sheet metal work.