RENOVATING A HISTORICAL BUILDING? BE FLEXIBLE. AND CREATIVE.

By Max Rohr, Manager, REHAU Academy

 

When renovating a home built in the 1930s, Dan Foley — President of Foley Mechanical — had two goals. First, update the antique home to match modern standards. Second, maintain the classic Virginia look and feel of the structure.

 

To achieve this, he needed the most efficient and flexible systems to be installed by a team whose members had experience combined with deep product knowledge.

 

Dan and his team used a geothermal system in the renovation because of its quiet, efficient and invisible nature.

 

The final product needed to look aesthetic pleasing, while maintaining its efficiency. However, an important factor in this project was being flexible in preserving a home this age.

Dan Foley, President of Foley Mechanical

Dan Foley, President of Foley Mechanical

 

To hear more from Dan about this historical renovation, download the entire podcast here.