Scottish Rite Theater
ur work on the Scottish Rite Theater has been a labor of love, even when that love consists of removing over 600 large cinder blocks. This 19th century german opera house had its windows sealed sometime in the late 1940's and these gorgeous double hung sash were sitting, waiting to be preserved.
All of the work performed was an attempt to maintain the historical integrity of this Austin, TX institution. Through a process of diligent research, physically demanding work, and meticulous planning we were able to bring light into this historic fixture once again.
One of the great parts about restoration work is the process by which you have to know the history of the building in order to do the work justice. With over 20 windows opened, 20 sash rebuilt, and more hot Texas days than we can count, we are honored to be a part of this beautiful buildings legacy.
August Brockman House at Ft. Mason
his humble home was built for a prominent stone mason's family in 1871, and is a testament to how quality craftsmanship and materials can endure for centuries. A simple single story home located in Mason, TX is marked by double front doors, cut river stone, and era appropriate stucco.
Our work involves recreating the original double hung sashes, full frame jambs, and exterior doors using reclaimed heart pine. It is a long and arduous process, however the results yield windows and doors that we hope serve to extend the life of this quaint little texas home.