window-repairsIf you’ve driven by the TuscaroraAcademyMuseum in the last week you’ve probably noticed scaffolding, several boarded up windows, a large lift and people busily working.

That’s because the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission has contracted to repair the center and round windows on the north end of the building.  They’re inspecting all the windows and replacing any water damaged frames or sashes, removing and replacing the glazing and painting the window frames, the door, and the wooden soffits, brackets and fascia at the roof line.  The masonry around the windows and door will also be repaired or replaced where needed.  They will be up on the roof replacing the flashing around the belfry and giving it a new coat of paint.



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