Steeple Restoration | First Presbyterian Church of Succasunna
Photo: The Steeple in its current condition before the restoration project began, overlooking Main Street in Succasunna, NJ. The image was taken by a drone and provided courtesy of the First Presbyterian Church of Succasunna.
Donald Dyrness & Daniel Dyrness of Main Street Custom Homes and Remodeling, headquartered in Succasunna, NJ, volunteered their project management services for the First Presbyterian Church of Succasunna Steeple Restoration project (99 Main Street, Succasunna, NJ 07876).
The Steeple, erected in 1853 when the current church building was constructed, has been in need of significant repair, restoration and a new coat of paint. According to the memory of church personnel and members, the last time the steeple was painted was approximately 50 years ago.
The Dyrness Family has deep ties to the Presbyterian Church of Succasunna with three active generations currently involved in the parish.
We would like to thank the following for their involvement in this project:
- Tara Construction - carpentry work
- Carolina Blue Painting - painting services
- Jefferson Lumber & Millwork - medallion woodwork
- Sacks Paint and Wallpaper - paint materials
- Kuiken Brothers - building materials
- Ahern Rentals - lift rental
Video Credit: Drone video of Steeple prior to restoration - First Presbyterian Church of Succasunna
- More drone videos & photos of Steeple prior to restoration
- "Presbyterian Church Steeple, a Roxbury Landmark, Gets Overdue Attention" - TapIntoRoxbury | July 10, 2018
Restoration work continues...
Prep-work for a fresh coat of paint.
Repair work begins!
Going Up - first close up look at the work area!
The Steeple Restoration Crew Assembles!