Friday, April 27, 2012
Grabill Windows & Doors Partner to Win Michigan Historic PRESERVATION NETWORK Award
Grabill is proud to be part of the recent restoration efforts on the Almont Historical Society Museum project. This building originates from the mid 1800’s and at one point was going to be moved to Crossroads Village in Flint. Grabill fabricated historically accurate front doors along with decorative upper and lower brackets for the storefront façade. The transom and windows were restored while much of the original 1850’s glass was maintained. This project has currently been selected to receive the Michigan Historic Preservation Network 2012 Building Award. Grabill is proud to be part of the preservation of this local landmark and its historic presence within the community. Commercial or residential, historical or contemporary, Grabill products range from bronze clad pivot doors to oversized casement windows. For more information, please visit our website.
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