Project Woman- Springfield

Project Woman uses its facilities to provide services and programs to create a community free of domestic violence & sexual assault. Their efforts have helped many women over the years through services such as, emergency shelters, counseling, support groups, and a safe transitional housing program. Springfield is lucky to have such an organization as Project Woman in our community and C&N Contractors was pleased to be a part of the renovation and the fulfilling of some of their wishes for updates.

Multiple buildings at the Springfield High Street site needed both interior and exterior renovations. The Manor house received new flooring, installation of new water heaters and new plumbing. Renovations also included structural repairs to the front porch, the addition of a new storm door and the repair/ replacement of gutters and downspouts. The roof was re-shingled and brick-tuck pointing was completed to maintain moisture control due to weather.

Another property known as the Carriage House needed similar repairs such as the installation of new eaves, gutters, and downspouts. The stucco on the house had become deteriorated, so it was repaired along with an entire reroofing. The exterior doors were replaced with insulated doors, as well as the addition of new storm doors. Painting of the doors, windows, and trim brightened the exterior with the curb appeal of a warm welcome.

C&N also made renovations to the inside of the Carriage House as well. This included new flooring, new cabinetry, restroom vanities, sinks and commodes in multiple units throughout the house.

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