New Orleans, Louisiana

An extensive restoration was performed on the exterior and interior of this garden district mansion in New Orleans.  Built shortly after the civil war for an important French Royal officer, the house was later home to the Brennan’s, New Orleans’ famed first family of cuisine.

On the interior, our work included:

  • plaster repair
  • re-painting
  • restoring marble mantels and hearths
  • new fixtures and tile in bathrooms

The exterior work included:

  • new slate roof with copper flashings and clay tile ridges to match original
  • new copper gutters and downspouts
  • repairing chimneys including custom design work
  • restored wood on balustrades
  • restored and painted shutters
  • re-painting of eaves and rakes