Windows are a key part of the character of a historic building, but for a surprising number of buildings, the original windows have already given way to replacements. If historic windows survive, what are the issues we face in trying to keep them, and how should we evaluate a needed replacement? Reasonable cost, operability, durability, and energy efficiency are all typical goals. This webinar, presented by John Sandor, will help attendees evaluate their choices and weigh the inevitable compromises involved in both repair and replacement. By sharpening our skills in observing windows, perhaps we can better appreciate the richness that compatibly detailed windows, both new and old, can contribute.
This program is free and open to the public!
Join the webinar on January 31st here.