Washington D.C. Job

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This is the James and Susan Hoban memorial in Washington D.C.

James Hoban was the architect of the White House. This ornate marker made of Aquia Creek sandstone needed careful cleaning, reversal of previous mismatched patching and re-establishing the details in the carved stone. Andy deGruchy aided in these processes.

This job was accomplished in it's majority by Clint Bush of Midway Kentucky, Chantou Ouer of Washington, D.C., and Andy deGruchy.
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Job Location Customer Comment
Allentown, PA The house looks great. I'm impressed with your work!
Quakertown, PA Very professional job. Men were very friendly, courteous and conscientious. Great crew.
Bath, PA Wonderful and quality workmanship. Helpful with any questions we had and even had suggestions for improvement of preventative maintenance.
Mount Airy region of Philadelphia, PA We deeply appreciate the time and consideration you gave our project. You knew our organization was concerned about cleaning and repointing the Frank Furness circa 1880's building. You were the only person who answered my questions clearly and accurately. In the end, you and your employees were the only masons to whom we could trust our historically certified building. The results are outstanding. We will gladly endorse your work to your future customers.

Thanks Again.

Mimi Jackson