Encore Restorations offers high quality, affordable,  restoration
services for wooden family heirlooms and museum quality wooden
artifacts.
 

We adhere to the following principles in our shop:

Pride in all that we do
Customer satisfaction is key
Formal on-going education is foundational

After 30 years with the IBM Corporation, William Robillard retired and
formally launched
Encore Restorations in 2008. William is a graduate
of the
National Institute of Wood Finishing,  and an accomplished
student of the
Marc Adam's School of Woodworking .  William continues
his education with on-going workshops  in museum grade restoration
processes  led  by a lead
Smithsonian conservator.  William also holds
degrees in Mechanical and Electrical engineering.  

In December 2010 William was contacted by the restoration staff of the
US House of Representatives and asked to work in the restoration
shop.  William worked for 2 month at the U.S. House of Representatives
and the U.S. Capital.  William's work in Washington was featured in
multiple publications including the local
Green Bay Press Gazette.

" My company will conserve, repair, or restore your piece in accordance
with the guidelines of the AIC (American Institute for Conservation of
Historic & Artistic Works).  We proudly conserve, repair, or restore
artifacts and furniture, using techniques and training that have taken
years to acquire. "  We are a family oriented business.  Christopher
Robillard  began his shop apprenticeship at Encore in 2010.  Christopher
specializes in color matching.    
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"I highly recommend Encore.  I found them to
be professional and reasonable. They did a
remarkable job with my Ethan Allen desk, which
looked NEW when they were finished.  They
take get great pride in their
work. "   

Art Estopinan
Washington, DC
Chief of Staff - US House of Representatives