Restore It Grant

2919 E 29th Avenue received a Restore It grant to replace an aging roof.

Funds helped restore exterior heritage fabric

Restore It was a cash grant of up to $7,500 per project (maximum of 50% of the cost of the project) for the maintenance, repair and restoration of the original exterior fabric of heritage buildings or structures. Examples of funded projects are the repair & restoration of original exterior shingles, siding, stucco, windows, doors, chimneys, masonry elements, roofs, porches, gutters, etc. Sites were required to be on the Heritage Register to be a recipient of a grant. To view past projects or read stories from past recipients follow the links below.

Projects for restoring your heritage sites are currently supported through the Heritage Conservation Grants program, learn more here.


Download a PDF file of previous Grant Recipient projects illustrating restoration and repair projects:
Restore It Grant Recipient Project.


Read the stories of other Restore It grant recipients below.

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Hawks Street restoration

 

 

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West 2nd Avenue restoration

 


For further information, read 'Heritage Window Restoration' by Canada Home Builder Magazine: