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Envirowash restores the Virginia War Memorial


Envirowash Pressure washes the Virginia War Memorial

Engraved on its stone and glass walls, the Shrine of Memory originally had the names of Virginians who died as a result of hostile action in World War II and Korea. An addition was dedicated in 1981 to honor those killed in the Vietnam War, and in 1996 the names of those killed in the Persian Gulf were added.

At the southern end of the Shrine is the statue Memory. Designed by Leo Friedlander and sculpted by Joseph Campo and William Kapp, this majestic monument, which is carved from 100,000 pounds of white marble and stands 23 feet tall, reflects both the great sorrow and pride felt by Virginians for their fallen brothers and sisters.

Virginia War Memorial composed of Granite with Limestone accents and glass etched walls.

To restore the Virginia War Memorial Envirowash pressure washed the granite, and limestone using a low pressure gentle wash being careful not to hurt the etched glass with the engraved names. All Mold and spider webs were gently removed.

Envirowash is the premiere historic restoration company in Central Virginia. We work with the industry's best products to restore historic buildings, monuments, bronze statues, and works of art to their original condition. As a qualified, preferred contractor with the Virginia Department of Historical Resources, we have restored more than 10 properties that are on the National Historical Register. At Envirowash our work speaks for itself, and we don't cut corners. Eighty percent of our new customers come from existing customer referrals


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