- Historical Relevance: Is the building or property you want the historic building restoration for a nationally significant building? A relevant building will be something that played an historical role, contains or is made of rare materials, or was made by a famous architect or other historical figure.
- Physical Condition of Building: If you are considering a historic building restoration for a certain building or property, you will want to find out as much as you can about it. You will want to determine its existing condition, how much of the materials it was built with are significant to history, which parts remained intact, if any parts were altered over time, and if the alterations historically significant.
- What the Use of the Building Will Be: When commissioning a historic building restoration, you will want to determine what the purpose of restoring it is. Many historic building restorations are used to turn significant buildings or properties into museums or sites where visitors may enter.
To learn more information on scheduling a historic building restoration and the legal requirements for this type of building restoration, please refer to our next blog!
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