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2017
Gothic Stone Restoration
 


Scroll & Key Secret Society
Yale University

 
The life of historic stone surfaces can be extended and the appearance renewed by honing the outer surface to a level, sealed finish.

This historic stone building facade was entirely refinished by honing down the surface, essentially resurfacing the stone. While very little material is removed, the result is a much more durable, better looking finish. Gothic Stone also patched and repaired damaged stone and re-carved stone elements, as necessary.

 
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Gothic Stone Restoration
12 Main St.
New Haven, Ct. 06513
Email  Robert Young  (203) 619-3314

Custom Building and Restoration Specialists