TPC Restoration specializes in log home restoration and maintenance. We pride ourselves in being a one stop shop for repair or restoration of your log home. We are also certified by NACHI to perform log home inspections. Established in 1997 and located in Southwest Virginia, we serve customers hroughout the state of Virginia. TPC is fully insured and a certified applicator for a number of log home stain manufacturers including Perma-Chink Systems (PCS). We focus on quality workmanship and educating our customers so that they can make the best decisions about their log home. Contact TPC and let us help you preserve your dream.
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"When I purchased my Log home, the logs had been severely neglected. It was used as a vacation rental property and was long overdue for some TLC. I knew that I was going to have put a significant about of money into it so the chore to get estimates began. I had gotten other estimates besides Dennis and TCP Restoration services and his was not the highest or lowest. The difference was, Dennis gave me a detailed estimate after walking around the house and going over everything with me personally. He was great at helping choose a color, giving hints on how the colors would look on my logs, etc.
Then there was his crew. I can’t say enough about these young men. They were amazing. Probably the most hardworking respectful crew I have ever worked with. After they cleaned the house I wasn’t happy with how one part came out. As I said, the home had been severely neglected. The crew called Dennis and they came up with a solution to make it look better. Now as I come up my driveway I love seeing how the home looks. It is restored and looks amazing. I can’t even believe it is the same house. Six months later I have him coming back to do some work on the inside. In this day and age it is hard to find someone who will treat you right. Look no further, you’ve got that with Dennis and TPC Restoration."— Tracy, Pulaski