ConServ Epoxy LLC

CONSERV EPOXY LLC

203.484.4123 Northford CT 06472

Offering various FLEXIBLE and STRUCTURAL epoxies for your restoration needs

Conserv Epoxy Contractor

Marlowe Restorations LLC

P.O. Box 402

Northford, CT 06472

Phone Number: 203-484-9643

Website: www.marlowerestorations.com

Marlowe Restorations LLC has long approached building health holistically, focused on maintenance & proper techniques of preservation & restoration carpentry. Lasting results are provided to structural & non-structural fabric, both interior & exterior components including doors & windows. Extensive experience using epoxy resins to stabilize & repair decayed wood. High filtration dust control equipment complements our work. As wood rot repair specialists we provide Consulting & Training Services which are available to share experience, knowledge & techniques throughout the USA and Canada.

  • Our 2003 tilt cab box truck is fully equipped with its own generator for power if needed and stocked with tools and equipment for various types of restoration work. Wood rot repair is our speciality.

  • c1920 Textured timbers to match originals. Epoxy Patch 200 used at all intersections and throughout to fill voids and checks prior to paint. Notice how no repairs are visible after epoxy was tooled and painted.

  • c1892 Porch post bottom extension. Photo shows boring oversized hole to accommodate epoxy and fiberglass rebar for a structural connection.

  • c1920 Oak post bottoms with fiberglass rebar epoxied into place and covered with EPDM membrane as a moisture barrier.

  • c1952 Window sill nosing had to be cut back due to extreme deterioration. Duplicate piece milled, epoxied and fastened into place.

  • c1805 Double hung window using an infrared paint remover, and HEPA filtered vaccuum for dust control.

  • c1790 Temporary adjustable wall supports for sill replacement with stud and siding repair.

  • c1914 Palladian window with Epoxy Patch 200 being applied to voids in the fluted trim.

  • c1913 Flower box bracket on this stuccoed building had extensive hidden rot, covered over by plywood.

  • c1913 Flower box has been consolidated and patched, ready for finish.

  • Cutting into a concrete slab on the interior of a basement using dust control. Two HEPA vacuums ganged up into one vacuum line connected to the grinder and a large portable air scrubber (PAS) inline to catch any excess dust.

  • Plunge cutting circular saw cutting concrete with dust control by means of HEPA vacuums and a portable air scrubber (PAS).

Blog April 18, 2012
Volume Discounts added

Most of our epoxy products and groups of products have newly structured volume discounts in place. Find this information within each product's descrip...

May 20, 2009
Controlling the amount of epoxy used with rebar

Q: I have an issue with overflowing epoxy or not enough epoxy inside a particular hole. I'm trying to get the right amount coming out when I insert wo...

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