This building on the main corner in downtown Niagara on the Lake is operated by the Ontario Heritage Trust. DJM was awarded this project which included wood window restoration of the large windows on the front and the regular sized back windows, restoration and painting of the exterior siding, replacement of the protective 3M film on the front windows, restoration of the mortar & pestle, and foundation repointing.
This historic private residence in the Teddington Park neighbourhood was built in 1931. It has had a very storied history of owners in it’s almost 100 years of existence. DJM was contracted to provide masonry restoration on the main residence including repointing from the lowest stone courses up to the parapet, and mortar repairs on the base of the veranda columns.
The front façade of Blessed Sacrament Church at Yonge & Lawrence was scaffolded in order for repairs to be completed to the stone tracery, which included the use of repair mortars and the surrounding areas which required repointing. Cleaning of the masonry and tracery was also done. Due to the condition of the stained glass and protective glazing, there was water damage on the interior so interior plaster repairs and painting was completed after the exterior masonry restoration and stained glass restoration was complete.
This project included the restoration of 16 heritage wood windows on the north, east and south facades. It was a challenging project given the original state of the windows and what was required to bring them to a finished standard.
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