Brown and Glynn has a long history of working with places of worship and it is some of our favorite work. Our most recent project was at St. James Episcopal Church in Edison, NJ. The church members contacted us to restore their beautiful and iconic steeple so it can continue to represent the congregation and all symbolizes.
Below you will find pictures during the restoration. St. James Episcopal Church was built in 1724 and has been a home for people to congregate for more than 300 years. Fixing the church steeple maintains and enhances the integrity and structure of the church. We are honored to work on this landmark location in Edison!
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we are in need of repairs to our steeple in whiting n.j. @ Christ Evangelical Church 300 schoolhouse rd. 08759 ,built in early 70’s and was nver maintained. The fiberglass around the plywood base is blistering in some places but the water damage is minimal as far as i can tell from inside. I tried using heavy duty tape and found it was atempted years ago .would Love some idea of price .thank you.
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