Heritage Building Restoration Services

Heather & Little offers a number of building restoration services for the preservation of historic buildings. We are available to perform the duties of a general contractor for more comprehensive heritage building preservation projects. Our expanded range of general contracting services include masonry restoration and repairs, wood repair and restoration, painting, and work on all other building envelope elements.

Any damage or defect to a building envelope can mean disaster for the structure and interior of a historic building. In order to properly preserve a heritage building, you must repair, restore or replace any elements that impact the structural integrity of the building, cause safety concerns, or threaten the historic architectural features of the property.

Heather & Little’s Heritage Building Preservation Work

With our years of experience in all types of roofing and architectural sheet metal work, we are the ideal partner for your building envelope restoration project. Proper preservation of a building envelope is essential to the longevity of any heritage building or historic landmark. Renovation must be performed with the utmost care and respect for the unique architectural features and historic materials that make these properties an important part of our heritage.


slate roof normal school london
north huron- own hall cedar shingles copper envelope replacement
copper roof restoration peace tower
copper dormers new brunswick legislature
pressed sheet metal ornamental decorative projects
trumble warren ohio lady justice sheet metal statuary


N1Chateau Laurier, Ottawa

The beautiful Chateau Laurier is located in downtown Ottawa adjacent to the Parliament Buildings on the Rideau Canal. This copper roofing project required an entirely new air barrier membrane, new insulation, a new standing seam copper roofing system, and new copper dormers to ensure a perfect aesthetic design.


N2Old City Hall, Toronto

Toronto’s Old City Hall has been a prominent fixture in the skyline of the city since its completion in 1899. Heather & Little's building restoration involved the entire removal of the copper roofing on the inner courtyard, exterior and clock tower.


N3Supreme Court of Canada, Ottawa

The historic Supreme Court of Canada is the highest court in Canada. It required copper roof restoration, and restoration of all copper elements such as finials, dormers and inlaid copper gutters.