Replacement Windows: What Are We Really Getting?

Description

Replacement of windows is one of the most common requests to be evaluated in historic districts. This presentation will look at the various levels of replacement and the resulting visual effects. Illustrations will be provided to demonstrate how material, manufacturer, and installation methods all affect how a window looks. Attendees will learn about what information is needed and reasonable to collect for a proposed window replacement in order to effectively judge how well it will meet their community’s standards.

CE Credits:
1.5 LU AIA/AICP
Date/Time:
Jul 16, 2022 2:45 PM
Speakers:

​John Sandor

​John Sandor has worked as an architectural historian in the Technical Preservation Services Branch of the National Park Service since 1996. He reviews rehabilitation projects seeking certification for federal tax credit and provides assistance to the users of the program and the general public on technical aspects of preservation. He has spoken about windows for historic buildings at numerous national regional and local programs. He previously worked as the architectural coordinator for the West Virginia State Historic Preservation Office and has experience as a preservation consultant and a carpenter. He is a graduate of Carnegie Mellon University in architecture and past president of the Latrobe Chapter of SAH and the DC Preservation League.

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