Antique and Vintage Appliance restoration is what we're all about!
restore antique gas and electric stoves as well as vintage refrigerators
dating from the 1920's to the 1950's, and each piece and era has
it's own unique appearance and style. From the ultra conservative
to the ultra modern, these original antique and vintage stoves
and refrigerators have been placed in many elegantly decorated
homes and businesses giving a flare that is unsurpassed.
to buy an antique stove or refrigerator?
out our "Unrestored Inventory"
for project options. We also have a "Classifieds"
section as well. Have a vintage appliance of your own that you'd
like restored. Contact us about it! Don't want to wait to have
There are a precious few of our antique
appliances that are restored and available for purchase.
If we happen to have any available, they are listed in the 'Feature
Items' section above left. You'd better hurry
as these tend to sell very fast. Like the vintage look, but want
all the modern conveniences? Be sure to vist the "Reproduction"
page of our site.
to have your own antique stove or refrigerator restored?
can customize your antique appliance to your specifications!
Custom colors are also readily available
to fit your decor. We have restored unique and vintage
antique stoves and refrigerators, for customers all over the United
States and the world!
to see some of our finished projects? Check out the Hot
Past Projects and Cool
Past Projects links on the left of this page.
knowledge and quality craftsmanship are the keys to our success!
restore all makes of antique and vintage stoves and refrigerators,
utilizing environmentally safe, high quality enamels and materials
and even adding unique design concepts to the exteriors.
With a reputation
for quality and dependability, our craftsmen go far beyond the
restored antique and vintage stoves and refrigerators commonly
found in backyard antique refurbishing. Each unique antique appliance
is given a complete 100-point restoration
Conditions & Warranties
Want to know what's going on at our
shop? Check out our Facebook page! Updates on projects, cool history
facts, "Grandma's Recipes", photos, restoration tips,