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Pinhey Estate

Pinhey Estate, (1820-48), Ottawa, Ontario


Project has involved two key phases. The first was research, condition survey, and a report with recommendations and cost estimate, tender package and site review for the restoration of all exterior woodwork including original windows, shutters and exterior doorways of the main house, all now successfully completed. The second phase has been to develop a tender package for replacing the cedar shingle roof, restoring the stone chimneys and installing inconspicuous bird control systems. The building is run as a historic house museum by the City of Ottawa.




Front facade facing Ottawa River.




Original sash found in cellar.




Original sash restored but prior to paint.




The new cedar roof is now nearly completed.

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