The Tarratine Club exterior is comprised of red brick and white glazed terracotta features. Over a century of pollution and improper pointing led to water ingress. Scope of work included cleaning, crack repairs, matching mortar repointing and a color and texture matched vapor permeable coating to match original appearance wherever possible or prudent. The following year American Terracotta restored the ornate cast iron balconies as well.
The Tarratine Club in downtown Bangor, Maine is an historic landmark that survived the Great Fire of 1911. Originally made up of an elite group of local businessmen, the Tarratine Club served as a social club that fostered business growth and encouraged the progress of social services in the local community and operated until 1991. The building was purchased and served as a private residence from 2008-2013 when the owners decided to turn it into a special event venue. To learn more about The Tarratine, please visit: http://www.tarratinebangor.com