Ecclesiastical Refinishing Group specializes in plastering, painting and design of church interiors.

We are a group of European and North American trained artisans, based in Eastern Ontario, who have earned an enviable reputation for historical refinishing and custom ecclesiastical design work. By combining services under a single umbrella, our clients benefit from with one project partner, able to guarantee the highest standards of craftsmanship in all aspects of interior church restoration.



Nearly every restoration project involves repair of plaster surfaces that are loose, delaminating, cracked, water damaged or have missing elements. We use traditional methods to restore surviving historical plasterwork. We specialize in lime situ run work and are experienced in replicating missing elements of ornamental plasterwork. Our ability and creativity in combining state-of-the-art materials with traditional formulations and conservation techniques guarantees the longevity of our work.


Custom Design and Historical Reproduction

Designers experienced in church decoration, can provide advice and sample renderings of historical styles or complete a decorative painting scheme for a modern church interior. Expert paint analysis and documentation enables accurate reproduction of historic finishes, such as faux bois, marbling and gilding. We excel in investigation of historic finishes, excavation of historic stencil patterns, architectural design elements and wall paintings.

Painting and Finishes

Our skilled team has extensive experience in all aspects of ecclesiastical decorative painting. We can provide you specialized techniques, including all forms of glazing, antiquing, gilding (gold and metallic), stenciling, marbleizing, wood graining and numerous other surface finishes.


Other Services

We also collaborate with renowned historical stained glass design and restoration artists, along with highly skilled heritage carpenters and cabinetmakers, to respond to all of your interior church refinishing requirements.

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