Since 1991, Double A Painting has been actively involved in the protection and preservation of many of Victoria’s turn-of-the century homes and historic buildings. Some of these treasures include the Emily Carr House, Craigflower Manor, the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, the Board of Trade Building, the Rithet Building (1117 Wharf St.) and many other prominent buildings in the downtown core. Our company is acutely aware of the intricacies involved in working with sensitive heritage substrates. We adhere to special precautions and follow heritage specific procedures when working with such materials. We use the specified products required for ensuring a quality, long lasting finish and we have all of the necessary equipment to complete the most challenging of heritage architectural structures.
As lifetime members of the Hallmark Heritage Society, we recognize the significance of preserving Victoria’s heritage character and we always welcome new and challenging preservation projects.
Trust Takes Many Years to Build
“Your men were polite, clean workers and we received exactly the type of professional work which we sought....Thank you so much for returning our lovely home to her former elegance.” ~ Diane K.