Heather & Little provides complete historic sheet metal restoration services to preserve historical character and restore structural integrity. Since 1925, our restoration professionals have repaired, restored and fabricated a multitude of preservation projects from buildings and national landmarks to 1,200-pound statues, and more throughout North America.
Rely on our team to handle any type and size of sheet metal restoration project from small detailed ones, to larger and often multi-phase projects spanning a few years to complete. Depend on our extensive “hands-on” experience working in all types of weather conditions and with every sheet metal material including copper and lead-coated copper, stainless- and galvanized-steel, cast-iron, zinc, among others such as aluminum, brass, nickel and titanium. Our artisans have handled a broad array of sheet metal restoration as well as new custom sheet metal projects, such as:
- ornamental and decorative sheet metal,
- decorative stamped sheet metal
- steeples and cupolas
- architectural sheet metal cornices
- kalamein metal clad windows and doors
- and statuary
Why Choose Heather & Little for Historic Sheet Metal Restoration?
For over 90 years, architects and contractors have trusted our skilled craftsmen to assist them in completing their historic renovation projects from government and institutional buildings, places.
We understand the need for your project to be restored with historical accuracy which will endure for years. To learn more about working with Heather & Little on your historic sheet metal restoration or any type of preservation project, contact us today.
N1Canadian Library of Parliament, Ottawa
The beautiful Canadian Library of Parliament is one of the most prominent libraries in the country. Its restoration involved installing new steel deck, vapour barrier, insulation, a new wood decking and a batten seam copper roof as well as restoring the decorative cast iron railing and weathervane.READ MORE
N2Miss Freedom, Atlanta State Capitol, Georgia
The historic Miss Freedom statue in Atlanta was commissioned in 1888. In August of 2004, Heather and Little proudly took on the task of restoring this beautiful metal statue back to its original glory.READ MORE
N3Peace Tower, Ottawa
The historic Peace Tower in Ottawa, is the focal point of the Centre Block of the Canadian Parliament Buildings. This project involved a new air-vapour barrier, wood battens, the restoration of the original copper roofing on the tower and the repair of the decorative copper cresting.READ MORE
N4Trumbull Courthouse Resoration, Warren, Ohio
Trumbull Courthouse restoration project required creating custom stamped ornamental sheet metal spanish tiles, new copper finials, and stamped sheet metal wall panels to restore this historic courthouse’s roof to its former beauty. As part of the project, The courthouse originally had 4 Lady Justice statues which were in various states of repairs. Using parts from each of the four "Ladies"Heather & Little created new press dies to produce 3 new statues and restore one original.READ MORE