Martinsville (VA) Fire Station Gets Renovation

The Martinsville Fire Department’s 1948 fire station has had a major indoor renovation, reports Martinsville Bulletin.

A roof leak had caused damage. Once the roof leak was repaired, the walls could be fixed. Removing all the plaster that had covered the brick was a difficult job.

The group also installed dimming lights and ceiling fans, sealed the brick and painted the rest of the room.

Honor guard axes and old helmets the department had collected over the years were hung on the brick wall.

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