Residential restorations keep long-running contractor busy

BUSINESS IS BOOMING: Rob Cagnetta, owner of Heritage Restoration Inc. in Providence, and Marguerite Keyes, finishing specialist, work on restoring some windows. Cagnetta said Heritage is as busy as ever despite the COVID-19 pandemic because people are home more and discovering things they don’t like or that need to be fixed. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
BUSINESS IS BOOMING: Rob Cagnetta, owner of Heritage Restoration Inc. in Providence, and Marguerite Keyes, finishing specialist, work on restoring some windows. Cagnetta said Heritage is as busy as ever despite the COVID-19 pandemic because people are home more and discovering things they don’t like or that need to be fixed. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
If it still works, keep it. If it doesn’t work, fix it. That’s the principle behind historic preservation of family homes and other residential buildings, as practiced by the employees and owner of Heritage Restoration Inc. The company, which will celebrate its 20th anniversary this year, specializes in smaller projects, mostly residential, that involve restoration…

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