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Below is a list of projects where BEECK Renosil was used. For more information and photos of each project, simply click on the photo of the project or the button below each project's description.
Mojave Desert Dome-Style house
BEECK Renosil Fine was used during the façade restoration of this beautiful and unique dome-style home in Southern California’s Mojave Desert. After 2 coats of Renosil, all repairs were completely hidden and this sustainable natural lime plaster home was restored to its original splendor!
Cape Hatteras Principal Lighthouse Keeper’s House
Located in Buxton, North Carolina, the Principal Keeper’s dwelling was constructed in 1871 using surplus bricks from the construction of the lighthouse. During the latest exterior renovations in 2018, BEECK Renosil, in Coarse followed by Fine, was used as a durable and breathable mineral paint on all the brick facades, assuring this historic landmark will be protected for decades to come.
Old Saint Joseph’s Church
Founded in 1733, the Old Saint Joseph’s Church is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and was the first Roman Catholic church in the city. After repairs were completed to the brownstone, BEECK Renosil was chosen to equalize the appearance and texture of the surface. Renosil Coarse was first applied, followed by a finish coat of Renosil Fine. The colors selected were a custom match to brownstone samples provided by the customer.
Wofford College - Michael S. Brown Village Center
When the lime paint on the Village Center began to exhibited severe weathering and biological staining, Wofford College wanted a long term remedy. D/2 Biological Solution was first used to clean the algae and mold staining from the surface and prepare it for painting. BEECK Renosil in a custom color was then selected to provide a beautiful appearance that will last decades.
Apartments in Switzerland
Each separate apartment building in this complex was painted using a different color of BEECK Renosil. This apartment complex is located in Lenzburg, Switzerland.
Garden Wall Project
This garden wall, located in a coastal town, was looking for a durable breathable coating to equalize and change the color of the facade. BEECK Renosil in color C-310-2 was selected. The first coat was Renosil Coarse, followed by a finish coat of Renosil Fine.