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The Hamilton House Awning
Requested was an awning in the Kings ally area for the elevator. Understandable. It needed a cover. Our team assembled an aluminum frame and awning to accomodate the area.
The awning is a bit larger than the original plan due to the fact that they requested a minimum of 62 inches inside width to accomodate for a storm shutter.
So a custom built to specifications frame and awning was produced. We are please to display it here.
The Hamilton house awning was a fun project to do. And an eye opener to what we can offer the clients of St. Croix. Call us today for any awning and canvas projects you might need.
We Make High Quality, Custom Applications
With the award-winning musical Hamilton selling out on Broadway, there has been a resurgence in interest about the life of Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. It is commonly known that Hamilton was a delegate to the Constitutional Convention, a major author of the Federalist papers, and the United States’ first Secretary of the Treasury. What many are surprised to learn is that Hamilton was actually born in the Caribbean, and lived right here in Christiansted, St. Croix for many of his formative years.
Alexander Hamilton was born on Nevis in 1755* to Rachel Faucette Lavien and James A. Hamilton. However, Alexander Hamilton’s history on St. Croix really started back in 1745 when his mother first came to the island. Rachel Faucette was the daughter of physician and planter John Faucette, of French Huguenot ancestry, and Mary, and English woman born in Uppington (or Uppingham). In 1745, Rachel came to St. Croix with her mother to visit her sister and brother-in-law, Ann and James Lytton who owned a sugar plantation located about southwest of Christiansted at No. 9 Company’s Quarter, known as Estate Grange. Once on St. Croix, Mary Faucette quickly arranged Rachel’s unwilling marriage to Johan Michael Lavien, owner of a 75-acre cotton plantation at No. 12B Company’s Quarter. Read the rest of the story by Go to St. Croix
Durable Wind Screens and Rain Screens
On this project we had to cut the size of the screens to to kedder rail top bar and add aluminum bottom bar. Thes have a nice hardware that will last a long time in our environment.
Designed & Cut to Perfection
Once everything was cut some stitching was in order, after sewing everything up we installed the sun screens.
Constructed In Our Shop
We have a small sewing room and a large layout area to accomodate any job from chairs to sails.
How It Works
Measurements & Style Consultation
Give us a call, we will come measure and explain the process of what will need to be done. Once completeted we will take our measurements back to the shop and create a materials list and price for you.
Pattern Cutting & Construction
Once approved to go ahead by you, we will order materials, cut the patterns, and start your project. We will keep you informed of the progress and time of completion.
Final Fitting & Installation.
Once we have everything ready to go we will contact you to come and do the final fitting and installation of your project.
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Need some help or advise? Pehaps a ballpark cost estimate? Let us know we will get back in touch with you as soon as possible. Please allow a full 24 hours.