WMG Historic Restoration is a certified woman-owned small business founded and managed by husband and wife team Rebekah and Michael Gallant.
Together, they pursue excellence, efficiency, and integrity in their historic restoration work in and around the Greater Philadelphia areas since 2010.
When Michael and Rebekah aren’t managing restoration projects for WMG clients, they stay busy working on restoring their own 18th century farmhouse in South Jersey, where they live with their three children and German Shepherd.
Michael Gallant, Owner
Michael founded WMG Historic Restoration in 2008, after working as a project manager and lead carpenter on a variety of historic projects.
His love of buildings started when he was 10 years old and he spent his summers in New Hampshire scraping and painting historic clapboard homes. It was there that he first learned how to putty glaze and restore original wood windows. Today, Michael oversees all of WMG’s field work, including estimating, quality control, and project management.
Rebekah Gallant, Owner
Rebekah Gallant’s background is in nonprofit development and is a Certified Fundraising Executive.
Throughout her 15 years of fundraising in Philadelphia, she has raised more than $20M and helped various nonprofit organizations achieve their financial goals. Rebekah now manages WMG’s business operations, including all finance, human resources, and marketing functions. She also serves as an development adviser to a local anti-human trafficking nonprofit.