Live in A Piece of History Heritage Restorations restores and rebuilds historic timber frame buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries including old barns, houses, hand-hewn log cabins and mills. These time-tested, hand-crafted structures are then combined with modern, energy-efficient designs and materials to make beautiful and unique barn homes, post and beam spaces, wedding and event centers.
Antique Materials / Millwork Explore this section to see the various ways that our clients have used antique wood to create their unique homes and spaces. These includes a wide variety of antique wood materials, hand-hewn beams, barn wood siding, sliding barn doors, reclaimed wood cupolas, country farmhouse flooring and historic hardware.
Design / Build Services If you have an architect or contractor already, we can work closely with them to assure your dreams become reality. Or our in-house architectural design team and our contracting crew can also undertake your project in part or whole. We have completed hundreds of unique structures around the world in all sizes and styles. No two of our projects are the same.

With more than two centuries of stories to tell, these elegant, hand-crafted masterpieces
speak of quality, craftsmanship and tradition to all who enter them.

Two of our projects at President George W Bush’s and Laura Bush’s Crawford,Texas ranch are featured in Architectural Digest. August, 2014

Three of our historic timber frame converted party barns are featured in the Wall Street Journal. June 19, 2015

After a Million-Dollar Makeover, Behold the Party Barn With their wide-open spaces, soaring ceilings and weathered wood, antique post-and-beam barns of centuries past are being reborn into party barns.
President George W Bush's and Laura Bush’s Crawford, Texas ranch is one of our turn-key projects.
“On another part of the 1,600-acre property, Heritage Restorations built additional guest quarters using the salvaged superstructure of an 18th-century English-frame barn from upstate New York.”

The staff here at Heritage Restorations is dedicated to providing our customers with a first-class experience
at every step of the project. From your initial inquiry through completion of your project
and even afterwards at events such as our Annual Barn Reunion Dinner, we strive to deliver fine products while
making the process an exciting and enjoyable journey.

  • Our Heritage Barn experience was pleasant from beginning to end. They did what they said they were going to do when they said they would do it. It was an exciting experience and we love the barn. We also became friends with the folks at Heritage Barns.

    B. W.
    B. W.Fredericksburg, TX
  • We adore our “Heritage Barn” and we proudly show it off on all occasions. We have had it included in house/garden tour, it has been part of an article written about it’s surrounding gardens and will soon find it’s way into a coffee table book Connecticut gardens. It has been the sight of family parties, benefits for our philanthropic causes and many other occasions. In every case, each person walking into the barn is rendered speechless!!! We are now hanging contemporary art there to show it off against it’s beautiful walls. Our barn is truly a work of art and it has been a joy doing this project.

    L. G.
    L. G.Greenwich, CT
  • We wanted to build a house which symbolized our love for the land. One of the best parts of our barn project was getting to know the Heritage Restorations team members. Each one seemed to share our enthusiasm for the site, design, construction and care for the barn. We worked together to achieve a balance between reclaiming the history of the barn [while using modern] design and construction techniques which promote a comfortable home.

    P. H.
    P. H.Meyer Barn Home, Valley Mills, TX

You probably have many questions about how to go about moving, restoring and building a barn into a home or other building.
We’ve compiled the following questions and answers in order to help you understand the process.

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