ConServ Epoxy LLC


203.484.4123 Northford CT 06472

Offering various FLEXIBLE and STRUCTURAL epoxies for your restoration needs

About ConServ Epoxy LLC

Scroll down for a list of notable locations where ConServ Epoxy LLC Products have been used…

Paul Marlowe applying ConServ EpoxyOur Story...

Paul Marlowe, current owner of ConServ Epoxy LLC, is proud to continue a significant tradition of master installer ownership for ConServ Epoxy. He is also the owner of Marlowe Restorations LLC, a historic building preservation company, and has been using the ConServ Epoxy system since 1987.

Over this period, Paul Marlowe worked with the company owners, at first founder Harrison Goodall and later Bruce Whipple, to develop a full range of techniques for employing these versatile products. Both Mr. Goodall and Mr. Whipple are pioneering wood conservation practitioners themselves and never ceased to test and adapt their product under field conditions.

Harrison Goodall staining rafter tails after ConServ EpoxyMr. Goodall originally formulated the ConServ Epoxy repair products to satisfy his own requirements for a reliable wood conservation epoxy. At the time, epoxies were used primarily as adhesives for integrated circuitry in the space industry and similar unrelated applications. Unable to obtain the raw materials in anything less than industrial quantities, 55 gallon drums, Mr. Goodall began to market Conserv Epoxy simply to find an outlet for this excess material and to procure the product for his own projects.

ConServ Epoxy LLC is grateful to the expert specifiers and installers for their long support, and their continued promotion of the tradition of industry collaboration which has helped to keep this product state of the art. Please visit our blog, to find a wealth of product information and ways to resolve important product application issues. Check out our ever expanding product line, and read the accompanying literature to ensure you have a positive experience working with the products.

Paul Marlowe applying epoxy consolidantWe offer professional consulting, assessment and training services for wood decay conditions throughout the country and into Canada. Whether on site or over the phone, we can help you with the important aspects of planning and carrying out your project. Contact Us, and/or visit our service company Marlowe Restorations LLC, and let us help with your restoration or repair.

Your questions, suggestions and participation are actively solicited. ConServ Epoxy LLC looks forward to meeting your needs for this superior wood conservation system for many years to come.

Here is a sampling of locations where ConServ Epoxy LLC Products have been used…

US National Forests:

  • AR: Ouachita NF
  • CA: Mendocino NF
  • CO: Pike & San Isabel National Forest, Cimarron & Comanche National Grasslands (PSICC)
    • White River NF
    • Grand Mesa NF
  • ID: Boise NF
  • NM: Carson NF
  • OR: Willamette National Forest, McKenzie River Ranger District
  • TN: Cherokee NF
  • WV: Monongahela Forest

Parks Canada:

  • YT: Dredge No. 4 National Historic Site, Dawson City

US State Parks:

  • NY – Long Island Division: Connetquot River State Park, Oakdale
  • WA: Deception Pass State Park, Picnic Shelter

US Sites:

  • CT: The Children’s Center of Hamden
    • Little Red Schoolhouse, Northford c1805
    • The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
    • The Norwalk Museum
    • Yale University, New Haven
    • The Mark Twain House and Museum, Hartford
  • IL: Log Cabin Village, Quinsippi Island
  • KS: Old Cowtown Museum, Wichita
    • Veteran’s Administration Building, Leavonworth
  • MA: Amherst College
    • Mount Holyoke College, Art, South Hadley
  • NY: Grace Episcopal Church, Brooklyn
    • NYC City Hall
    • The New York Botanical Garden, Bronx
    • Old Westbury Gardens, National Register of Historic Places
  • PA: Historic Rittenhouse Town, National Historic Landmark, Philadelphia
    • Mifflinburg Buggy Museum, Mifflinburg
  • VT: Bennington College

US National Parks:

  • AK: Denali National Park and Preserve
    • Sitka National Historic Park
  • AZ: Grand Canyon NP
    • Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site
  • CA: Death Valley NP
    • Presidio of San Francisco
  • CO: Rocky Mountain NP
    • Mesa Verde NP
  • KS: Fort Scott National Historic Site
  • MN: Voyageurs NP
  • NM: Acoma Pueblo National Historic Landmark
    • White Sands National Park
  • OR: Oregon Caves National Monument & Preserve
  • TX: Lyndon B. Johnson National Historic Park
  • UT: Bryce Canyon NP
  • VA: Monticello National Historic Landmark
  • WA: Ebey's Landing National Historic Reserve
    • North Cascades NP
  • WY: Grand Teton NP
    • Yellowstone NP

Canada Sites:

  • ON: Notre Dame Cathedral, Ottawa
    • Ontario Legislative Building at Queen's Park, Toronto
    • Church of Our Lady Immaculate, Guelph
    • Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa
Blog April 18, 2012
Volume Discounts added

Most of our epoxy products and groups of products have newly structured volume discounts in place. Find this information within each product's descrip...

May 20, 2009
Controlling the amount of epoxy used with rebar

Q: I have an issue with overflowing epoxy or not enough epoxy inside a particular hole. I'm trying to get the right amount coming out when I insert wo...

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