5 edition of Repairing old and historic windows found in the catalog.
1992 by Preservation Press, National Trust for Historic Preservation in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 193-196) and index.
|Statement||New York Landmarks Conservancy.|
|Contributions||New York Landmarks Conservancy.|
|LC Classifications||TH2275 .R47 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||91015622|
Design and install new windows when the historic windows (frames, sash and glazing) are completely missing. The replacement windows may be an accurate restoration using historical, pictorial, and physical documentation; or be a new design that is compatible with the window openings and the historic character of the building.
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The windows on many historic buildings are an important aspect of the architectural character of those buildings. Their design, craftsmanship, or other Repairing old and historic windows book may make them worthy of preservation.
This is self-evident for ornamental windows, but it can be equally true for warehouses or factories. mation to historic property owners who are considering repair and/or replacement options for their windows.
This guide pertains to prop - erties that are individually listed on the Phoenix Historic Property Register or National Register of Historic Places or are located within a desig-nated historic district.
The guide is intended. WINDOWS A GUIDE TO THE REPAIR OF HISTORIC WINDOWS Historic timber sash windows, in good condition and appropriately upgraded, should be as weather-tight as new windows, while the costs of repairing and upgrading should be lower than the price of off-the-shelf replacement windows.
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[New York Landmarks Conservancy.;] Evaluating Window Conditions and Problems. Repairing old and historic windows book Maintaining, Repairing, and Retrofitting Windows. Replacing Windows. Rehabilitating Windows in Landmark Buildings. Rehabilitation Standards and Guidelines.
Notes. Glossary. Information. DIY Video: Repair & Restoring Old Wood Windows. The Michigan State Historic Preservation Office received a grant to fund a five part video series – “Simple Steps to Working Windows”. In these detailed videos, viewers will learn what. I’ve put together a resource page of how to do the most common tasks associated with restoring, repairing and maintaining historic windows at How To: Repair Old Wood Windows where you can find help doing almost anything you might need to save your old windows.
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A practical guide to the maintenance and repair of old and historic buildings Carrying out work in accordance with the U.S. Secretary of the Interiors standards and guidelines can be a challenge for professionals charged with the preservation, restoration, and care of historic properties.
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He is also the author of the new book Old Windows In-Depth as well as Old Windows Made Easy and Living in the Past. Historic windows are often of considerable importance to the significance of listed buildings. They can contribute to significance through their design, materials and workmanship.
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2 • Considering the Repair, Retrofit and Replacement of Historic Windows maintaining and RepaiRing HistoRiC WinDoWs Historic windows require maintenance. It’s a simple fact. We’ve all seen windows in need of attention. Their paint is peeling, their glazing is cracked.
Sometimes their glass is broken, or their sash are stuck open or Size: 1MB. In an age of technology, where “print” is now proliferated online via web sites, eBooks, and blogs, it’s a wonder the significance that paper still holds in the day-to-day.
Quickly and easily restore your beloved Bibles, cook books, history books, or children's books to like new with help from our experts. Whether you have one book or several that need repair, we can cost effectively restore your books to their younger versions.
Unlike other book restoration services, we can usually repair your book within 15 days. Repairing timber windows. Properly maintained, historic timber windows can last indefinitely as they were usually made of high-quality durable timber. It is usually significantly cheaper to repair timber windows than to replace them.
Careful repair is preferable to new. Repairing Old Wood Windows — Step-By-Step Part 2: Glazing and Painting. Back to: Part 1: Removing Glazing and Paint» There are different types of glazing compounds. that can be used to glaze windows.
This is the first and only reference volume covering the subject of windows in depth - no other book offers this wealth of practical detail. It is highly accessible, written for both the professional and interested layperson Written by a team of 15 experts - surveyors, structural engineers, craftsmen and conservators describing their own approaches to specific materials, problems and designs.
reasoning, there are pragmatic reasons for repairing and maintaining historic windows. While manufacturers and installers laud the benefits of replacements, the historic window is mostly without a spokesperson. No industry profits from windows that are already paid for. This handbook speaks for the historic windows and their latent Size: 1MB.
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For this scenario, removing the old glass and replacing it with a new pane will cost more for double-pane windows than single. Preservation Brief 9: The Repair of Historic Wooden Windows Deterioration of poorly maintained windows usually begins on horizontal surfaces and at joints, where water can collect and saturate the wood.
Photo: NPS files. the paint should not, however, be mistakenly interpreted as a sign that the wood is in poor condition and hence, irreparable. This guide aims to give a historical context to non-galvanised (pre ) metal casement windows and the distinct development of material and form over the years, advice on a best practise maintenance routine, signs of deterioration to look out for and likely restoration and repair techniques when metal windows are in need of intervention.
The District-based National Trust for Historic Preservation offers a comprehensive weatherization guide for homeowners that details steps for repairing old. Once the old glazing is removed as well as the glass, scrape the mullions with the triangular scraper to remove any glazing or old paint.
Sand and scrape to reach the original wood. Paint the exposed wood with either a primer or use an epoxy consolidant. The epoxy will soak into the wood and make it harder than original as well as waterproof.
Steve Jordan has been in the old-house repair and restoration business for forty years and has exclusively repaired and restored thousands of windows over the past twelve years. He is a graduate of Cornell University’s Historic Preservation Program and was a contributing editor for Old-House Journal for 17 years.
The national Window Preservation Standards book catalogs specific methods for the assessment, maintenance, repair, preservation and weatherization of older and historic wooden windows.
Many detailed methods, procedures and materials are included, as well as basic strategies for saving older and historic windows. A quality book repair is a specialist project and does take great skill and patience, but this does not necessarily equate to it being prohibitively expensive.
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If you’re seriously considering restoring your old windows, and want to know more about the subject—for example, how old glass was made—here’s a book you should consult: Repairing Old and Historic Windows, New York Landmarks Conservancy (John Wiley and Sons, Publisher).
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