Tim Lantz’s commitment to history has earned him the respect of local preservation groups, scores of satisfied clients and an even longer list of homeowners seeking his expertise.

  • Great American Home Awards – Grand Prize, sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, for the rescue and rehabilitation of an earthquake-ravaged 1887 Queen Anne Victorian in the town of Los Gatos.
  • California Preservation Foundation Annual Design Award (1994)
  • Custom Builder – Builder of the Month (1995)
  • Recognized by Remodeling and Victorian Homes national magazines
  • Cultural Resources Commissioner for the town of Morgan Hill
  • Victorian Preservation Association of Santa Clara Valley (consultant)
  • Architectural Review Board for the City of Morgan Hill (board member)
“When I first hired Tim Lantz to rebuild the sagging eves of my 1916 Prairie Style house I had no idea it would be the start of a historic renovation project that would span over a decade. His patience was bottomless and his knowledge of and sympathy for the original materials and design of my home made it possible for me to bring it back to life. I can’t recommend Tim strongly enough. My primary concern was that in attempting to restore my home, I would inadvertently ruin it by hiring someone who didn’t understand the difference between renovation and historic preservation. Tim saved me from this fate and I will always be grateful to him for that.” -Mark Hapner

Awarded Grand Prize

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Annual Design Award

Architectural Review Board

Victorian Preservation Association consultant

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