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January 16, 2021
William Henry Harrison's Grouseland

We are restoring elements of the roof, the exterior envelope and front porch, windows and doors, as well as the first floor's Council Chambers and dining room.

October 17, 2020
88 State Circle

For 88 State Circle, we removed the damaged mortar, replaced it with historically correct lime mortar, cut the joint to match the original brick, and patched any damaged brick.

October 17, 2020
The Burgwin-Wright House Museum

The scope of this project included the preservation of the cedar shake roof, brick chimneys, and foundation walls.

October 17, 2020
David's United Church of Christ

Durable Restoration restored both the bell tower and the steeple on this historic church.

October 17, 2020
The Athenaeum of Ohio

Durable Restoration used granite stones to repair to match the same pattern that was used in 1851 to construct the exterior walls of the seminary building.

October 10, 2020
Church of All Saints

Our exterior restoration for this historic church included replacing the entire slate roof, installing new copper gutters and downspouts, and restoring the steeples.

October 10, 2020
Bishop's Table

For this project, our team restored a former historic restaurant for it to be converted into a residence.

October 10, 2020
Dimond House

Our crews corrected structural problems and physical alterations to the original construction in order to restore the home to its original period style.

October 10, 2020
First United Methodist Church

Our scope of work for this project included restoration of the pinnacles, rebuilding and relining the built-in gutters, and replacing several tons of red-sandstone imported from England.

October 10, 2020
Frank Lloyd Wright's Westcott House

Restoration of the Burton J. Westcott house, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, transformed a deteriorating structure into a dazzling house museum.