Report a Damaged Historic Property
(If requesting assistance, please be ready to provide the property owner's name, phone and email,
and the property address.)
See information below.
Please Note: These directories are provided by the Department of
Historic Resources as a service to property owners, local governments, and state and federal
sponsors in Virginia seeking the assistance of trades people or
professionals with expertise in historic
preservation. Neither directory presumes to be all inclusive; however, all craftsmen, artisans,
contractors, consultants and other professsionals with historic building experience who request inclusion will be listed.
The inclusion of an individual or firm in either directory is not an endorsement by the department or a demonstration of professional competence. As a government agency, the department cannot recommend the services of an individual consultant and does not accept responsibility for the performance of any consultant.
Neither directory should be construed as an “approved” list. Determining the suitability of the providers is the responsibility of the list owners. It is also the responsibility of the property owner to obtain all appropriate permits and to ascertain that contractors have the appropriate licenses. Licensing requirements and status may be checked at the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulations.
If you have an historic home, commercial building, or other historic property that has been damaged by a recent natural disaster, please be aware that the Virginia Department of Historic Resources, the historic preservation agency for the Commonwealth, is available to assist you.
It is important to know that there are alternatives to demolition that save and repair damaged historic buildings.
Please let DHR know if your historic property has been damaged by an earthquake or hurricane; DHR is here to offer advice or additional assistance.
For more information, contact Randy Jones (email@example.com) or by phone at (540) 578-3031. When contacting the department to request assistance, be prepared to provide
If available, a low-res digital image of the property is helpful and can be emailed to Randy Jones.Updated: 10.29.12