Archive for historic renovations

Old Cathedral Window Replacement

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Sometimes there are projects that contractors feel they need to bring in someone with the expertise to handle the complexity of the install. This was the case with a project we are currently working on with the Old Cathedral in downtown St. Louis. Musick Construction is the general contractor currently working on some remodeling and […]

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Old Cathedral Window Replacement

Residential Articles

Sometimes there are projects that contractors feel they need to bring in someone with the expertise to handle the complexity of the install. This was the case with a project we are currently working on with the Old Cathedral in downtown St. Louis. Musick Construction is the general contractor currently working on some remodeling and […]

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Renovating your Kirkwood, MO Home

Residential Articles

An important factor in the home buying processes, especially when you have a family, is the school district where you would be living. The Daily Beast recently shared an article of the 25 Best High Schools in the Midwest, and Kirkwood High School was named number 13 on the list! They have a 100% graduation […]

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Old Homes Don’t Need to Feel Old

Residential Articles

The oldest standing log home in the United States was built around 1638, only 20 years after the Pilgrims landing on Plymouth Rock. The amazing thing about this cabin, besides from its age, is the fact that a large addition was built about 100 years after initial construction, with people living in the home until […]

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Historic Homes and Districts in the St. Louis Area

Residential Articles

Many people don’t want to be in an historic district or even have their home become a historic structure because they fear having restrictions levied on what they can and cannot do to their own property.  To live in a home that was built over fifty years ago or has a connection with someone of […]

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