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.
Durable Restoration performed emergency repairs to the concrete base that surrounds the Matilda Stanley monument and restored the monument's concrete walkway.
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.
Our historic masons removed the displaced brick and mortar that was over the center arch and replaced it with salvaged brick and applied matching mortar within the mortar joints.
Our crews completed structural stabilization of the arch and wood replacement to the water-damaged area, connected to one of the concrete columns.
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.
Durable Restoration's masons rebuilt decorative elements of this 1890s courthouse.
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.
For this project, The Durable Slate Company was called in to perform gutter repair around the perimeter of the building.