The Durable Restoration Company is currently replacing the two damaged spires at First Presbyterian Church.
The Durable Restoration Company will restore the stone's exterior using historically appropriate mortar, preventing any further water infiltration, restoring the building's magnificent exterior.
We installed over a dozen steel beams and plates, along with over 1,600 engineered fasteners to strengthen the wall that supports the largest pipe organ in the state of Ohio.
The Durable Restoration Company is undertaking a full exterior restoration of the front façade and two steeples of the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
Durable Restoration restored both the bell tower and the steeple on this historic church.
Durable Restoration crews restored several brass doors at St. Stephen's by removing their polyurethane layer and sanding down the top layers down to the original brass.
The scope of work for St. John's Episcopal Church included restoring the church's front steps that cracked due to corrosion caused by the metal railings.
Durable Restoration craftsmen rebuilt various ornaments on the church. In addition, they repaired the main sanctuary’s standing seam roofs including the wall flashings and replaced the front lower standing seam entry roof.
Over the course of this project, our crews installed more than 15,000 pounds of copper as well as various copper elements to the steeple.
Durable Restoration installed new underlayment and replaced damaged slate across the roof of the cathedral.