Black Horse Inn Restoration, November 2007
©2007 Donald MitchellThe North end of the Black Horse Inn surrounded by scaffolding and draped in burlap to aid in the curing process of the natural hydraulic lime-based stucco being applied.
Andrew deGruchyAndy deGruchy of deGruchy Masonry Restoration holds a sign touting the CO2 saved by using lime-based mortar for the stucco on the Black Horse Inn restoration project. Doug Seiler (left), of Seiler + Drury Architects in Norristown and Ed Freeley (right) of Daley Plastering in Bridgeport accompany him.
Andrew deGruchyA Lime Works sign at the Black Horse Inn site touting the 520lbs. of CO2 emissions saved by using natural hydraulic lime-based mortar to restucco the building.