A Systematic Approach to Evaluating Historic Windows for Repair and Restoration

A Systematic Approach to Evaluating Historic Windows for Repair and Restoration

The restoration of windows is an important component when trying to maintain the historic character of a building’s overall design and appearance. Any professional tasked with evaluating the conditions of historic windows for repair and restoration should be familiar with repair techniques required for wood and steel windows. This knowledge can ensure that the maximum amount of historic fabric is maintained within the window assembly and that unnecessary and/or improper repairs are not performed. An understanding of the types and origins of wood decay, selective wood repair methods, steel deterioration, sash stabilization techniques, and glazing and hardware restoration or replacement for rehabilitation of historic windows is the basis of this presentation.

Speakers:

Kerry Vautrot
Cultural Resource Manager
Portsmouth Naval Shipyard
Steven R. Marshall, RRC, CDT, LEED® AP
Associate
Gale Associates, Inc.

 

Event Details

Event Date 01-17-2019 6:00 pm
Event End Date 01-17-2019 9:00 pm
Registered 36 [View List]
Available places 24
Cut off date 01-17-2019 5:45 pm
Individual Price $40.00
Location
The View at Pepperell Cove
88 Pepperell Road, Kittery Point, ME
The View at Pepperell Cove
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Event Highlights

Date:
Thursday, 17 January 2019

Venue:
The View at Pepperell Cove
Kittery Point

Dinner

  • Salad of baby spinach with roasted walnuts, apples and feta w/ homemade balsamic dressing
  • Beef Piscataqua
  • Toscan chicken with thyme gravy
  • Roasted root vegetables
  • Creamy corn polenta
  • Roasted potatoes w/ herbs
  • House made brownie bites and lemon mousse w/ fresh berries


Times
6:00 pm Social
7:00 pm Dinner + Presentation

Cost $40

Discount codes
SAME members $10 off, SAME
DOD $20 off, MILITARY/DOD
Students $30 off, STUDENT18

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