Historic renovations are a cornerstone of our business. We've been fortunate to work in the resurrection of some of Asheville's finest structures including the Grove Arcade, the Federal Courthouse, the Manor Inn, and the Basilica of St. Lawrence. National Park projects include Bodie Island Lighthouse and Apostle Island Keeper's Quarters. If you have an older, historic home or building that needs special attention, whether windows, doors, or cabinetry, we can do it for you.
Saluda cottage historic renovation
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Saluda Cottage

This home was built in the 1860’s by a French diplomat. We rebuilt its 12 foot triple hung windows. We…
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Facade of the Sondley Estate
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Sondley House

This historic home was built for, Forster A. Sondley, attorney for George Vanderbilt. The architect was Richard Sharpe Smith. We…
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apostle island
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Apostle Islands Lighthouse and Keeper’s Quarters

This National Parks service contacted us for windows for another historic project. Using one original window we duplicated all the…
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custom made copper clad double door
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Copper-Clad 6-Lite Entrance Doors with Transom

We were asked by Veritas Christian Academy to restore their entrance doors. These doors were very badly damaged, and we…
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Front view
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Bodie Island Lighthouse

This restoration included windows for the Lighthouse, Keepers Quarters, and Oil House of the Bodie Island Lighthouse, Nags Head, North…
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Main entrance of the Asheville Federal Court House
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Asheville Federal Courthouse

We were hired by General Service Administration (US government agency) to rebuild and restore the windows on the historic old…
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restored window in old building
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Wright Creative Window Restoration

Returning to to old photos of the historic bank in West Asheville, we were able to recreate the windows for…
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Main doors, opened with inner double acting doors behind.
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Basilica of St. Lawrence

The Basilica of St. Lawrence was one of the first National Registration of Historic Places we did. We designed and…
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Grove Arcade renovation reproduction doors
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Grove Arcade

Built in 1929, the Grove Arcade was the first indoor mall in America. We were hired to restore or rebuild…
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Front view from Peacock Alley at Manor Inn
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Manor Inn

The Manor Inn is on the Historic National Register. We worked on multiple aspects of this project: duplicating doors, windows,…
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