Masonry restoration, extensive underpinning and wood restoration were major components of this project. The basement was dug out which required a complex conveyor operation and constant maintenance. Stained glass restoration was also performed. Phase 2 Restoration Works D.J. McRae completed the Phase 2 exterior restoration of St. Francis de Sales Church for the Town of Ajax. The scope of work included a new asphalt-shingle roof, new slate roof on the bell tower, lead-coated copper flashings, masonry restoration, window restoration, below grade foundation repair and waterproofing, as well as landscape/parking.
DJM has completed multiple projects here over the years including wood window restoration, plaster restoration and new heritage plaster walls, masonry restoration, new exterior deck, dining room painting & restoration, and mechanical room upgrades.
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.
This downtown Oakville heritage home (1841) received a full exterior restoration and painting which included the restoration of 13 wood windows and all of the exterior siding, porch, soffit and fascia, as well as new heritage replica storm windows, shutters and storm doors. The project began in the winter on heated scaffolding and was completed in the Summer.
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