Date: August, 2006
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Our customer reports:
This house was built in 1822. It is a classic Greek Revival, similar to many in the central New York area built in the early 1800’s. It has twelve rooms, four fireplaces and about 4,500 square feet of livable area. The area in the pictures shows the mortise and tenon construction at one of the corners of the house. Note the diagonal bracing and the mortise and tenon construction. Also notice the massive size of the vertical and horizontal members. Notice also that the method of “insulation” that was used in that era was to build a frame house with inside lath and plaster and outside clapboards, but to fill the stud space with bricks and mortar as the “insulation”. –David K.
3. Fill-It™ Epoxy Filler* is carefully applied to entire deteriorated area. The Fill-It* chemically bonds with the CPES* treated wood.
4. A mixture of Layup & Laminating Resin* and wood flour are applied as bedding for new, lapped wood.
* These products are unavailable, we are selling comparable products that will perform these same tasks. Feel free to contact us if you need assistance with which products to use.
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