Project Size: 3,400 square feet
Project Duration: 4 months
Project Scope: Stone Hall, a privately built mansion in Nashville, Tenn. now owned by Metro Nashville Parks, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and used as a public event space. The two-story house’s exterior was originally designed in the Colonial Revival architectural style.
RSS Nashville completely removed the existing roofing, performed structural repairs and installed a new Ludowici French Terra-Cotta tile roof with a beautiful bright green finish. In addition to custom-fabricating and installing the extensive lead-coated copper flashings that were required, RSS provided new aluminum half-round gutters with custom-fabricated stainless-steel gutter screens to keep them functioning freely on the heavily wooded grounds. Lastly, RSS completely re-built the existing tongue-and-groove soffit to match the original milled lumber that had deteriorated. Scalloped slate shingles were installed for siding on the prominent front dormers.
All work was approved by the Metro Nashville Historic Zoning commission and performed to their exacting standards.