RESTORATIONS

Want to see some of what our restoration before and after's look like?
MULE BARN RESTORED

 

 

This historic mule barn in Plains GA, was in desperate need of repair. years of use and weather took its toll on this timber frame work of art. with fresh cut pine beams mortised and tenoned together and new clap board siding, its ready for another 100 years of hard work!

REMOVING THE ROOF
REMOVING THE ROOF

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ROOF REMOVAL FROM A HOG BARN
ROOF REMOVAL FROM A HOG BARN

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NEW ROOFING AND SUPPORT IN PLACE
NEW ROOFING AND SUPPORT IN PLACE

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REMOVING THE ROOF
REMOVING THE ROOF

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HOG BARN RESTORED

 

 

This mid 1900's era hog barn had decayed to the point of collapse and our job was to remove all old rotten supports and lathing and old tin and replace with new materials making it suitable to be made into a calf barn.

BEFORE REMOVING OLD SIDING
BEFORE REMOVING OLD SIDING

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BEFORE REMOVING OLD SIDING
BEFORE REMOVING OLD SIDING

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AFTER

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BEFORE REMOVING OLD SIDING
BEFORE REMOVING OLD SIDING

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HORSE BARN RESTORED


 This was a very large barn that needed new siding and some structural fixes. We used some old  stored poplar for siding, built new sliding doors, and repaired rotten beams

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1800's LOG CABIN TAKEDOWN


This was a joint project and a very fun one at that, not everyday do you get to put your hands on history. This was an authentic log cabin that was taken down, numbered and stored for a future rebuild at a new site near the take down at a better location.

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Open Pole Barn rebuild
hurricane Michael damaged these 3 buildings, with a little help from some fresh lumber and a hand full of nails, we were able to rebuild and breath life back into these working buildings!