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When you don't know where to turn for help concerning the new historic preservation/restoration project that has been thrown your way, you might consider contacting Leeds Clark Inc. For over 40+ years, the name "Leeds Clark" has been associated with quality products and services in the field of historic preservation/restoration throughout the country. From a small one room cabin in Texas to the Pentagon in Washington D.C., Leeds Clark, Inc. has participated in over 4000+ historic preservation/restoration projects; earning Tom Clark, founder of Leeds Clark, Inc., national recognition as a consultant in the fields of condition assessment and preservation techniques. Mr. Clark has been recognized as a national authority in the fields of historic window and door restoration, replication, and consultation and is nicknamed the "historic window expert" in many preservation circles across the country. No other firm has been established longer or participated in more historic preservation/restoration projects than Leeds Clark, Inc., as it relates to the restoration, replication, and consultation of historic windows and doors.
From small community Main Street to the Pentagon in Washington D.C., Leeds Clark, Inc. has participated in over 4,000 historic preservation/restoration projects in one of the following capacities: prime contractor, sub-contractor, project manager, consultant, or single source supplier. Leeds Clark, Inc. specializes in historic preservation/restoration with approximately 85% of revenues generated from historic window and door restoration, replication, and consultation. No other firm has been established longer or participated in more historic window and door preservation/restoration projects than Leeds Clark, Inc. Below are an array of the various kinds of historic preservation/restoration projects Leeds Clark, Inc. has participated and completed:
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With over 40 years experience, Leeds Clark, Inc. is confident that no other firm will rate as high in timely completion and within budget, while providing the craftsmanship and expertise expected in historic preservation, restoration, and consultation. Leeds Clark, Inc. has been established longer and participated in more projects than any other firm in the country, as it relates to the preservation and restoration of historic wood, steel, and hollow metal windows and doors. Taking a hands on approach, Leeds Clark, Inc. offers the widest array of historic preservation/restoration products and services available in the market today.
Leeds Clark, Inc.'s historic preservation/restoration products and services include:
Throughout 40 plus years in business, Leeds Clark Inc. has been blessed with several prestigious awards and featured in several prominent publications from various historic preservation organizations for its efforts in promoting and executing historic preservation and restoration efforts nationwide. Below are several memorable awards given and articles published for Leeds Clark, Inc.'s preservation and restoration efforts:
Leeds Clark, Inc. has developed great working relationships with the preservation/restoration community throughout 40 plus years in business. Without these associations, Leeds Clark, Inc. would not be the company it is today. From a small commercial Main Street window workshop to a full blown historic window restoration effort on a federal courthouse, Leeds Clark, Inc. has forged career long relationships with fellow preservationists, preservation organizations, government agencies, and private sector firms.
In September of 1978, Tom Clark, founder of Leeds Clark Inc., envisioned starting a business that provided historic preservation/restoration products and services to owners of buildings and residences in small towns across Texas. He realized that many of the buildings and residences in these communities were in serious disrepair. Some were eyesores, while others were in need of typical maintenance. Urban renewal had also altered many of these historic structures during the late 1950's, early 60's. Beautiful facades were covered with aluminum and other materials to give them a more modern look. With the demand for help on these buildings in place, Mr. Clark located retired craftsman in the fields of carpentry, masonry, roofing, and interior/exterior finishes and procured their services to teach the trade of historic preservation/restoration. Mr. Clark hoped the products and services he envisioned would help restore these buildings and residences back to their original condition and appearance, while protecting as much historic building fabric as possible.
Forty years and 4,000+ projects later, Leeds Clark, Inc. has emerged as one of the premiere historic preservation/restoration and consulting firms in the country. Mr. Clark and his company have become recognized as a national authority in the field of restoring and replicating.....
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