oak beams

Beaming Up in Mt. Pleasant

Antique repurposed oak beams at Olde Park kitchen and living room beyond. Work is progressing well at the residence under construction in Mt. Pleasant.  Moyer Fountain and his team from Fountain Timberworks dressed and fit the reclaimed oak beam material installed in the ceilings of the living room and kitchen. The living room received four large beams, while the kitchen was fitted with two large summer beams with several smaller beams fitted in between with properly made mortice pockets.

Living Room in Mt. Pleasant residence takes shape.

Kitchen looking toward breakfast room; 8" shiplap finishes the walls.

At the same time, the rest of the house is being trimmed, the tile is being installed, and the exterior painting is being completed. The completion of the painting above the projecting roof areas at the front of the residence has allowed the copper to be finished there.

Master Bedroom with poplar ceiling

Last of the hand-crimped copper hips being finished by Skyline Roofing personnel.

Front elevation of Mt. Pleasant residence coming together.

Screened Porch roof, dining room and second master bedroom bays in front have fresh copper as the roofing is completed.