Queen of All Saints suffered the loss of 1900 sq. ft. of copper roofing. Baschnagel Bros. was able to remove the damaged roofing, and create a watertight seal the next day, which saved the interior of the landmarked church from the next storm, which followed within 3 days, and dropped 2 inches of rainfall until the copper standing seam roof could be replaced.

This Victorian house on City Island in the Bronx needed a new, slate roof and repairs to the siding and wood trim. With the technical assistance of the Conservancy's Historic Properties Fund, project architect Kaitsen Woo Design & Consulting and Baschnagel Bros, Inc. the house has been brought to its youth.