During the replacement of the stucco at Tudor Place, we were called on to perform architectural woodwork conservation services on the facade's exterior wood trim and mouldings, window casings and Temple Portico, which had become rotted and damaged over the years due to weather exposure. After all failed paint had been removed, rotted areas were conserved with epoxy consolidation. Care was taken to inspect all flashing systems and gutters to insure that they were not allowing water to penetrate the walls or flow on to the trim boards. Once the repairs and inspections were complete, all exposed wood surfaces were given a coat of oil-based primer and two coats of acrylic latex paint. As seen above, the Tudor Place - south elevation.