Our craftsmen’s goals are to supply the highest quality wood windows and doors to homeowners, architects, and building contractors. We have highly skilled craftsmen that are capable of creating custom wood millwork for any new construction or restoration projects.
With a staff of licensed architects and 38+ years of experience, our portfolio demonstrates expertise in Adaptive Reuse and Historic Preservation in DTLA and LA County. We bring a strong understanding of the development and construction processes to our work.
David Silvas has over 10 years of industry experience and his personality and strong work ethic have earned him a well-regarded reputation among real estate professionals. His admiration for period design is a driving inspiration in his business.
EverGreene is a restoration and conservation firm specializing in historic interiors and murals. We provide investigation services, design assistance, and construction services for commercial, public, government, and residential projects.
Hilary lectures on historic preservation and home ownership. She holds a Historic Property Specialist designation from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and MBA from Columbia University. Hilary is a member of the Joyce Rey Team, an internationally recognized industry leader.
Kaptive C&P is a full service historic masonry restoration and preservation firm with extensive experience in natural and man-made materials. We combine a background in art and architectural history with proven methodologies, products, and innovative thinking to achieve outstanding results within a project's budget.
May & Burch Conservation, Inc. specializes in the conservation of murals, wall paintings, and historic painted architectural materials, with a scope of work ranging from minor treatments on easel paintings to large on-site treatments of historic architecture.
Pasadena Architectural Salvage's extensive inventory includes mantels, lighting, wrought iron gates and balconies, plumbing accessories, door hardware, furniture and accessories manufactured circa 1880 to 1950.