Preservation Products

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(610) 565-5755 / (800) 553-0523
221 Brooke St., Media, PA 19063
info@preservationproducts.com
www.preservationproducts.com

Cape May, New Jersey, a seaside town rich in history, provided the beginning for Preservation Products, Inc. It was there that we first saw the need for weatherproofing systems developed with the unique needs of historic and older structures in mind. Working with Acrymax Technologies Inc. we have developed systems and products designed specifically for the preservation/restoration market.

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Preservation Products is the exclusive licensed distributor for Acrymax preservation and restoration systems. We also offer special formulated primers, sealers, clear coats, accessories and reinforcing fabrics.

Far from being just a product re-seller, Preservation Products is intimately involved with the historic preservation marketplace. We've got a long-standing commitment to work within the guidelines set by the US Secretary of the Interior for restoring and preserving older buildings. Our reputation for service is built on working with our customers to make each application a successful one. Our customers range from individual homeowners to preservation societies to the National Park Service. Together, we all share a common bond: the preservation of America's landmark buildings.

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