RESTORING YOUR HISTORIC HOME
In honoring our past, we bring hope to our future
Click here for examples of window styles in Jefferson Park and for restoration ideas.
While windows in Jefferson Park come in a few types, they nonetheless exhibit an extraordinary and inventive range of variations, as illustrated in the attached pdf. The pdf also provides tips on window restoration.
We provide this list as a courtesy. No endorsement is implied by inclusion on this list and no disapproval is suggested by any omission. It is your responsibility to do due diligence and vet all contractors and craftspeople.
LOS ANGELES OFFICE OF HISTORIC RESOURCES LIST
Partial List of Preservation Resources
OHR has a list of resources such as contractors, craftsmen, and consultants that have a specialty in historic preservation. Please contact Daniel Mata at OHR to request this list. Click here
LA CONSERVANCY RESOURCES LIST
Preserving and maintaining historic structures requires the special touch of professionals who understand the importance of preserving historic character -- and who have the skills to do it right.
PASADENA HERITAGE REFERRAL LIST
Pasadena Heritage maintains an extensive list of contractors, tradespeople, and consultants referred by members. For decades, our annually updated Referral List has been a good resource for individuals seeking qualified professionals to carry out a wide range of historic preservation-related services.
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Los Angeles Convervency - Historical Research Guide
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This is a guide to researching historic properties in the City of Los Angeles (of course, some of the resources listed here will also provide information about other cities as well). This guide is broken down into sections based on typical research needs:
Researching the site
Researching the building
Researching the people and events