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.
DJM completed renovation this 11,000 sq ft basement which included full scale demolition and abatement, new print shops, security offices & locker rooms, bathrooms, mechanical room and new finishes throughout.
Located in the Village of Maple Heritage Conservation District, DJM performed an extensive amount of wood restoration on the wood doors, windows (incl sash weights, pulley, cords, etc), siding, soffits, and fascia as well as the necessary replica replacements. Masonry restoration of the rubble foundations and chimneys was also completed. In order for all this work to take place, shoring using 6×6″ cribbing and supportive LVLs was temporarily installed for the replacement of the sill beams and structural framing repairs. This heritage house was built in 1890.
Metal window repairs were completed on dozens of windows throughout the school. The windows also required lead rebuilds, glass replacements and insitu repairs. The metal windows were all stripped, repainted and received new putty. Other projects at the school have included chimney repointing, and interior brick masonry cleaning.
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