This house, located in the Cité-Jardin neighborhood of Rosemont, has undergone a complete restoration of its façade. We made sure to use high-quality materials such as wood to preserve the authentic look of the dwelling. The buildings in the Cité-Jardin neighborhood enjoy a protected status.
Here are the different materials used for the restoration:
- The main door is an hybrid creation by Lepage Millwork, combining wood and aluminum for the exterior.
- The walls have been covered with an acrylic coating.
- The dormer windows have been clad in genuine Maibec wood.
- The balconies have been made of cedar and stained to match the wall cladding.
- The architectural columns and beams have been made of laminated cedar to minimize warping.
- The railings have been designed with welded aluminum, with a poplar handrail.