Barrie, Ontario ( ForPressRelease ) July 18, 2012 - Barrie, Ontario ( ) July 17, 2012 - Chameleon Masonry Restoration has successfully ended the complete restoration of the steeple of St Paul's church located in Alliston. The restoration process was started by the company at the end of October 2010; they spent about three weeks for the completion of the restoration of the steeple which is 60 feet high. The company had undergone removing, restoring and reinstalling bricks that had been damaged over a long period of time by wind and water.
With experience of over 10 years and highly advanced equipment, the St. Paul's steeple restoration project is quite a good example showing their excellence in the field of building restoration. Regarding the restoration of the Church, the spokesperson from Chameleon Masonry said, "We feel gratified to put a successful end on all our hard work to restore the steeple of St. Paul's Church. It is always a challenge while restoring a building back to its original configuration as it requires the utmost attention to each and every step of the project"
"The church with its 60 foot tower has been continuously struggled against unpleasant natural climatic conditions for years. Almost all the bricks have been deteriorated to some degree which required repair or replacement. We worked hard and reinstalled nearly 1800 bricks to their original reconfiguration. It is another milestone in our career".
The total cost is only about $65,000 for the entire restoration of the steeple; the cost includes the brick work, scaffolding and roof repairs.
About Chameleon Masonry Restoration,
Chameleon Masonry Restoration is a one-stop Masonry Restoration and Historical Restoration service covering Simcoe County, Innisfil, Aurora and King City and has years of experience. They providing services such as Masonry Restoration, Spalled Brick Replacement, Tuck pointing, Parging, Creating New Masonry Openings, Chimney Repairs and much more.
For more details please visit: http://www.chameleonmasonry.com/