Preservation Wilson hosts Old Windows Workshop: Restoration, Repair & Efficiency of Historic Windows
Saturday November 11
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Join Preservation Wilson for a day long workshop using the 1916 Nadal House windows as a learning tool
Let us help take the fear out of repairing old windows! This workshop will help you understand the process of repairing old windows instead of replacing them with substitute materials. Wood windows often fall prey to the belief that they are not energy efficient. Properly repaired wood windows can be as energy efficient as replacement windows, and last much longer than the 10 to 20 years life span of replacement windows. This workshop is geared to residential and commercial property owners, do-it yourselfers, building contractors, and all-around old building enthusiasts.
$25 – Workshop with lunch included
Advance Registration Required by November 8th
John P. Wood is a Preservation/Restoration Specialist for the North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office based in the Eastern Regional Field Office in Greenville. As an architectural historian, John has had extensive experience in historic preservation and restoration projects.
Ed Lackie is the owner of the Gold Harrell House, an impressive Queen Anne style house circa 1884, located in the Old Wilson Historic District: As an experienced contractor and preservationist, Ed is in the process of rehabilitating his Landmark property, including the restoration work of all 26 windows!
Registration Forms: Preservation of Wilson @ www.preservationofwilson.com
Phone Questions: Kathy Bethune @ 252-234-7694