This workshop covers history, techniques and the importance of saving traditional wooden windows.
On Saturday, January 18, 2020 Brent Hull will be hosting a Wood Window Restoration Workshop in Fredericksburg, TX. This event is ideal for homeowners, DIYers, and anyone interested in the basics of wood window repair and restoration.
At this Wood Window Restoration Workshop, you will learn about:
- window history
- window terminology
- tools used in window restoration and repair
- techniques behind stripping, refinishing, and re-glazing
- the importance of saving traditional wood windows
- and more
It is common to under appreciate windows of older and historic homes and buildings even though they are the most visible attributes.
Windows add beauty and character to a home or building. And original windows served a great purpose as they connected the outside of the building to the inside. They are an integral part of the architecture and offer invaluable clues to the building’s history. Despite their value, however, historic windows often get the blame for a building’s energy loss.
Uncover window history, techniques and more when you join veteran woodworking craftsman, Brent Hull during this workshop.
This is a free event, but space is limited. To register for this event, visit http://www.fbgtx.org/989/Wood-Window-Workshop.
- What: Wood Window Workshop
- Who: Brent Hull, Hull Millwork
- When: January 18, 2020 from 9am – 12pm
- Where: Bethany Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall, 110 West Austin St., Fredericksburg, TX
- How to register – Click here!