The Art & Science of Conservation
Conservation

Please note as of May 23, 2018 that Conservations Solutions has now become a Division of EverGreene. 

We are in development of merging our websites, in the intrim please visit  https://conservationsolutionsinc.com to learn more about our in conservation, performing condition assessments, documentation, materials testing, and treatment services for the preservation of cultural heritage and historic sites, and artistic works.

 

Conservation, the preservation, repair, and prevention of deterioration in historical and cultural monuments, sites, and artifacts is a highly specialized field that requires broad scientific knowledge of materials, chemistry, and geology, and surgeon-like hand skills to carry out the treatments. 

EverGreene conservation professionals come from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, and hold graduate-level degrees. Many are peer-reviewed Professional Associates of the AIC (American Institute for the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.) We follow the AIC Code of Ethics, and ensure that the methods and materials we chose do not adversely affect the historic material and are reversible, so future conservators are able to apply new techniques and technologies to their work. 

EverGreene specializes in the conservation of historic finishes, including plaster, paint (oil, distemper, casein, acrylic), glazes, transparent coatings, and metallic leaf. We have extensive experience in other interior materials, including stone, wood, metal, and tile. We provide full conservation services, from conditions assessments, treatment testing and design, through implementation, EverGreene can help you bring your historic treasures back to life and protect them for the future.  

Click here to view our conservation services brochure.

Conservation Services

  • Materials analysis

  • Finishes investigations

  • Conditions assessments

  • Conservation cleaning & consolidation

  • Mural conservation

  • Treatment testing & design

  • Environmental monitoring