We’re committed to preserving the rich heritage of the Truman Little White House through careful restoration efforts. Our goal is to honor its historical significance while creating a welcoming environment that seamlessly blends the past and present. To achieve this, we’re removing lead-based paint, fixing windows, and re-painting the East side walls.
In the past, lead paint was commonly used for its durability and vibrant color. However, we now understand the harmful effects it can have on health. In order to prioritize safety and foster a welcoming space, we’re meticulously eliminating all traces of lead paint from the Truman Little White House Museum.
Through our detailed process of removing lead-based paint, repairing windows, and applying a fresh coat of paint, we aim to preserve the past while embracing a mix of tradition and modernity. Our goal is to preserve the captivating atmosphere that pays tribute to history, celebrates renewal, and safeguards the lasting legacy of this iconic national treasure.