Restoration of a typical, historic Old Town row house, including replacement of all wood window sills, clapboards, and damaged or rotted dentils, brackets and other millwork. All shutters were replaced with new, solid Spanish cedar.
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Detail damaged woodwork over entry, dentils and brackets.
Entry way getting finish, wood dentils and brackets restored and/or replaced.
Mahogany window sill, primed and ready for install.
Clear, straight grained mahogany planks, ready for primer and installation.
Closeup of milled 7/4 mahogany plank.
Milled replacement dentils.
Carpenter removes existing rotted window sill.
Detail soldered 16 oz. copper window rain caps.
16 oz. copper flashing provided for each window cap.
Special milled replacement clapboards installed.
Replacement of window trim.
Doug fir shutters ready for finish.
Restored and custom reproduction shutter tiebacks, ready for spray finish and install.
Detail brass screws, shutter attachment, with auto clear coat.
Old Town row house carpentry restoration, before shutter installation, showing both restored and existing elevations.