3 Resolutions to Help Your Community Through Historic Preservation

January 3, 2013 By Leave a Comment
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The New Hampshire Preservation Alliance is devoted not only to saving and revitalizing historic landmarks and sites; this non-profit organization also works to strengthen communities through economic vitality and sustainability. And to inspire others in the New Year, the NH Preservation Alliance recently shared three easy ways that residents can help their community through historic…Read More

Tips from the Experts on Decorating Historic Homes for the Holidays

December 1, 2012 By Leave a Comment
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The reason why so many individuals seek to restore historic homes in New England is because of their wonderful character and charm. So when decorating historic homes for the holidays, the goal should be to reflect the timeless look and feel of the residence through tasteful and thoughtful holiday decor. Here are some tips straight…Read More

Tax Credits for Historic Preservation

October 11, 2012 By Leave a Comment
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Most individuals decide to pursue a historic restoration project because they have a passion for architecture or the charm of an older home or building and a simpler time. But who wouldn’t like a tax credit? In order to preserve historical structures and promote rehabilitation of communities throughout the country, the National Park Service and the…Read More

Restoration versus Building New – Which is More Environmentally Friendly?

February 13, 2012 By Leave a Comment
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The adage that is far “greener to preserve a building than build a new one” is bandied around quite a bit – but is it true? Does the value of energy efficient construction materials and technology outweigh the advantages environmental benefits of restoration? There is no doubt that historic buildings are highly desirable. Building with…Read More