For 40 years, Marion Restoration has earned a reputation as one of the top masonry restoration firms in the country
We are the only firm in the Midwest to employ certified conservators to ensure proper restoration and conservation of architectural details. With our senior staff’s combined masonry experience of 100 years we provide a variety of services which include: joint repointing and restoration, masonry reconstruction, brick repairs and restoration, stone repairs and restoration, cleaning and paint removal, concrete repairs and restoration, terra cotta restoration, tile restoration, monument conservation, fireplace restoration, window repair, traditional surface finishes, and consultation services.
Our senior staff has more than 100 years of combined masonry experience. Our team’s experience with restoration and conservation is unprecedented. Marion is also the only firm in the Midwest to employ certified conservators to ensure proper restoration and conservation of architectural details. Our unparalleled team is uniquely qualified to evaluate, analyze, and restore commercial, residential, and institutional buildings to the highest standards. Our experience and commitment are the backbone of Marion Restoration.
Located in Chicago, Illinois, we serve the entire Chicagoland area and surrounding states such as Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Iowa. Founded in 1980 we have become a leader in masonry restoration. Over the years we have worked on dozens of historical projects such as Graceland Cemetery in Chicago, North Point Water Tower in Milwaukee, the Dawes House – Evanston History Center, the United States Courthouse and Federal Building in Milwaukee, the Farmers and Merchants Union Bank in Columbus, the Felician Sisters Sanctuary in Chicago, the Keokuk Union Depot in Ohio, the First Congregational Church of Western Springs, the Deogircof sandstone fireplace in Chicago, the Silurian Mineral Springhouse in Waukesha, the Mather LifeWays in Evanston, the Ambassador Hotel in Milwaukee, Roosevelt University in Chicago, the Bohemian National Cemetery in Chicago, the First Presbyterian Church of Chicago in Chicago, the McHenry County Courthouse in Woodstock.