Among the most common items that seem to disappear in old abandoned lighthouses are their brass vents. Consequently, when The Lighthouse Preservation Society fabricated the missing brass vents in our two Massachusetts range light restorations, we decided to make them available to other lighthouse projects around the country, as well.
Earlier, we helped the historic 1827 Concord Point Light in Havre de Grace, Maryland. This past year, we supplied our brass vent replicas to the Charlevoix Historical Society in Michigan for their Charlevoix South Pier Light restoration work. We have also been approached this past year about providing our brass vent replicas to some of the National Parks lighthouses in 2014.