House (1785), Portland, Maine
Restoration and repairs to original lime, sand and hair plaster
throughout the building. Preservation of plaster using consolidation
and reattachment techniques with conservation-specific materials.
(1850), Portland, Maine
Repair and restoration of exterior sanded-paint surfaces, stripping
and restoration of hand-carved entrance door. Custom techniques were
developed to recreate a faux brownstone finish on the wood. Ongoing
exterior paint maintenance and repairs.
Chapel of Souls
(1800), Poland Springs, Maine
Repairs and reattachment to water-damaged plaster in Sanctuary.
Unitarian Church (1820), Peterborough, New Hampshire
Repairs and reattachment to lime, sand and hair plaster, matching antique
surface texture. New main ceiling of 2-coat veneer plaster over blue-board.
(1648), Ipswich, Massachusetts
Repair and reattachment to lime, sand and hair plaster, including the
development of custom tools and techniques for the purpose of plaster
reattachment and restoring the period-look to new surfaces.
Weeks Home (1710),
Greenland, New Hampshire
Restoration of lime, sand and hair plaster, consolidating existing plaster
and recreating repaired surfaces to match surrounding historic surfaces.
Paint stripping of exterior and interior historic woodwork, and re-coating.
Hill Home (1850),
Long Island, New York
Exterior paint stripping of woodwork, re-coating of detailed exterior
House (1760), Windham, Maine
Contracted by the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities
(SPNEA) to repair plaster, reattaching using bonding agent where possible,
and duplicating clay plaster to infill areas of missing plaster. Painted
selected areas of house, re-glazed original glass window panes.
Church (1850), South Portland, Maine
Plaster repair and restoration of areas damaged by foundation repairs
All Saints Church
(1906), Peterborough, New Hampshire
Repairs, reattachment and infill to original plaster. Recreated highly-textured
interior plaster (knock-down, stucco texture) surface infills over granite.
Day Nursery (1830), Portland, Maine
Painted entire interior of historic building under architect's specifications.
House (1880), Ocean Park, Maine
Restored painted ornate plaster capital, prepared and painted new replacement
Maxim Home (1750),
Restoration of lime, sand and hair plaster, including consolidation
and reattachment of loose plaster, stabilized walls, and recreated plaster
recipe to replace missing plaster areas.
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