We are committed to the historical preservation of many roofs across America, including the Biltmore Estate.
History is worth protecting. Huber and Associates specializes in historical restoration of roofs — protecting building nationally and internationally that are architecturally, culturally and historically important.
We are experienced in roofing with many kinds of materials, including clay tile, copper and other ornamental metals, slate, thatch and wood. Our restorations are as beautiful and long lasting as the original roofs of the historically designated properties.
Experts in Historic Roofing Restoration and Preservation
At Huber and Associates, we focus on getting the colors, finishes and shapes right, and providing durable construction. Many of the roofs we restore are on buildings listed either as National Historic Landmarks or historic places on the Department of the Interior's National Register of Historic Places. The Secretary of the Interior nominates landmarks whereas state preservation offices nominate historic places.
We have restored historic roofs on places of worship, plantations, private homes and public facilities including colleges, courthouses and museums. You can find our work from Hawaii to South Carolina and from Florida to Wisconsin. We even restored the roof of America's first fireproof building, which was constructed in 1827. The residents of Charleston, South Carolina rightly trusted it to protect their public records. In time, it became the home of the South Carolina Historical Society, which trusted us to restore its fireproof roof.
You can trust Huber and Associates to build the roof that will protect the history you cherish. Please get in touch with us today.
We have had the pleasure to provide historic preservation and restoration for the following:
NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARKS:
- Biltmore Estate - Asheville, North Carolina
- Circular Congregational Church
- William Blacklock House
- Bryce Canyon Lodge
NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES:
- Carbondale Court House
- Arcadia Plantation
- Stan Hywet Hall
- Robert Allington Residence
- Halidon Hills Plantation
- Dr. John Lining House
- The Fireproof Building
- MacBee House
- Michael Foucout House
- James Jervey House
- Owens / Thomas House
- St. James Building
- Old World Wisconsin Historical Site
- Wilson Residence -- Hawaiian Register of Historic Places
- Former Home of Humphrey Bogart
- Charles H. MacNider Museum
- Clarendon Farms Plantation
- Castle Hill Plantation
- College of Charleston, President's Residence
- Concordia College, President's Residence
- Alabama Power Company, Martin Darn Power Plant Restoration
- Gianni Versace Residence
- Brunswick Courthouse
- Chelsea Plantation
- Temple Emanu-El