The Mission House sets at the entrance of the church campus which was part of a storm restoration project managed by Brian Darnell with the Darnell-Group, DBA Darnell Construction, O’Fallon, Missouri. Brian Darnell also donated all new energy efficient vinyl windows and exterior doors, and organized a group of men from the church to help with the replacement. Brian Darnell with Darnell Darnell-Group, DBA Darnell Construction, O’Fallon, MO, also added-on a covered front porch and made a several exterior design upgrades to the exterior of the Mission House in St. Charles, Missouri.
Windows are Edgemont vinyl series by Vywinco, LoE triple glaze, foam-filled frames, Craftsman style grids. Exterior doors are insulated steel by Masonite, Craftsman style.
The Worship Center is part of a storm restoration project Brian Darnell managed as the general contractor. The original 12 year old roof was a standard 26 gauge agricultural style R-panel with exposed fasteners which leaked like a sieve but also had extensive hail damage. Installed a Roof Hugger System over the existing roof and added insulation between the light weight structural purlins to improve energy efficiency of the building. The Roof Hugger system allowed for a new roof to be installed with minimal disruption of use of the building, and reduced the possibility of uncertain hazards compared to if the roof had been removed for replacement. This method was also more cost effective. Installed the 24 gauge Maxima ADV standing seam roof panels from McElroy Metal, and SnoClips with the S-5 ColorGard snow retention system all in Hartford Green. The original gutter boards were not perpendicular to the ground so the old gutters had a wedge behind to be level. Built up the fascia backer at the eaves to eliminate the need for the wedges behind the gutters. Steel fascia and D-style steel seamless gutters were installed, both also in Hartford Green. A new aluminum steeple and cross were installed after the roof was completed.
The Hay Barn is part of a storm restoration project Brian Darnell managed as the general contractor. The roof, siding, and guttering were damaged by wind and large hail stones. Upgraded from the 5V Crimp style metal roof panel to the 24 gauge Maxima ADV standing seam roof panel by McElroy Metal in Hartford Green. Additional work included replacing wood purlins, rafter tails, and fascia backer boards. The crow’s beak overhang on the North end of the barn was made larger and added a small overhang to the South end of the roof line as well. The eaves were extended out and enclosed with CertainTeed Perimeter solid soffit panels. Installed hand fabricated radius steel fascia trim and 7″ D-style steel seamless gutters also in Hartford Green.
The Mission House sets at the entrance of the church campus which was part of a storm restoration project managed by Brian Darnell, and added-on a covered front porch and made a few exterior design upgrades. Brian Darnell also donated all new energy efficient vinyl windows and exterior doors and organized a group of men from the church to help with the replacement. Windows were Edgemont vinyl series by Vywinco, LoE triple glaze, foam-filled frames, Craftsman style grids. Exterior doors were insulated steel by Masonite, Craftsman style.
Large hail stones damaged the shingle roof, aluminum fascia trim, siding and guttering. Roofing shingles installed were Owens Corning TruDefinition Duration Shingles in Chateau Green. Upgraded from aluminum siding to the CertainTeed premium vinyl collections in White. Installed aluminum fascia trims and 5″ K-style aluminum seamless gutters in Woodland Green. The upgraded siding by CertainTeed: Carolina Beaded siding on the main level, 8″ Board & Batten siding at the gable ends, Cedar Impressions Double 7″ Straight Edge Perfection Shingle siding also at the gable ends, 3 1/2″ Perimeter hidden vent soffit panels, and Restoration Millwork Exterior Trim for the frieze boards, outside corners and shadow boards.