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Beam Restoration and Repair
My business revolves around providing a well-designed and attractive beam restoration that is both functional and easy to maintain. If you find that your beams are in need of restoration and repair, consider the following about my
standard beam restoration (opens in new window):
Standard beam restoration blends seamlessly into the Mid-Century Modern lines of a typical Streng home.
Standard beam restoration has been approved by our local building departments.
Standard beam restoration has been examined and approved by structural engineers.
Standard beam restoration has been approved and recommended by local homeowners' associations.
All replacement beam stubs are kiln dried, radio frequency dried, or has been seasoned for at least ten years prior to use. Thoroughly dry beam stock is resistant to future shrinking, warping, and/or cracking.
New beam stubs are shaped by hand to match the cross-section of the original beam.
All metals used in standard beam restoration are either hot dipped galvanized or zinc plated to resist corrosion.
View another example of standard beam restoration or see close-ups in the Gallery.