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windows
02
Apr
Note: This blog is transcribed from Brent Hull’s webinar, Repairing Historic Wooden Windows: What Architects Need to Know. The webinar was hosted by the Traditional...
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Repairing Historic Wooden Windows Webinar
13
Nov
Repairing Historic Wooden Windows: What Architects Need to Know Join veteran woodworking craftsman, Brent Hull, for a master class that covers history, techniques and the...
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he glass starts as a blob or balloon that is blown and then lengthened by swinging the rod downward, lengthening the glass into a tube that was then cut and laid flat.
11
Nov
Window glass may hold clues to determining the age of your home or building. One of the important lessons I learned studying historic preservation at...
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12
Apr
Should you consider window replacement or restoration? REMODELING magazine’s annual Cost vs. Value Report shows the return-on-investment for twenty-two different home remodeling projects, including kitchen...
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07
Oct
Tools of the Trade: Inspiration from the Past If you look at the inside cover of my book you will find this picture. It is...
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