The historic St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, with its chapel built in 1892 and church tower in 1910, needed renovation, repair, and restoration throughout the interior and exterior. Necessary updates also included adding a handicap entrance ramp and handicap accessible elevator. The church embarked on making those restorations in 2018 with our help.
Restoring St. Peter’s was a highly detailed project in design and repair. Renovations to the sanctuary and interiors included installation of a maple herringbone floor and custom mill work for the trim made of sapele wood. Areas of stonework on the exterior of the church and bell tower required repair as well as restoration. Pinson’s Construction took care with sourcing stone that would match the original exterior masonry.
The bell tower of the church also entailed extensive repairs to the structural integrity so it could once again support the bell. A new entryway and roofing completed the renovation. The church, now handicap accessible, is a historic pride of downtown Rome, Georgia. The much needed renovations and repairs ensures St. Peter’s Episcopal Church can be a sanctuary for all for many years to come.