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ST. THOMAS COURTHOUSE
All windows on the courthouse were archived, removed and restored. All the windows received copper weatherstripping, the wood components were cleaned, repaired and stained. All 220 window sashes inclusive of their hardware were removed from the frames, cataloged, and shipped to the shop. Removed all glazing putty and salvaged all heritage glass. Removed all existing coatings, repaired windows with wood Dutchmen and wood epoxy.
A coat of double-boiled linseed oil and then a coat of bonding primer and two finish coats of 100% acrylic were applied. Once the paint was cured, the glass was re-installed with new glazing putty. Then re-installed onsite.