This workshop is ideal for homeowners, do-it-yourselfers, and anyone interested in the basics of wood window repair. Learn the terminology, tools, and techniques behind stripping, refinishing, and re-glazing.
Join veteran woodworking craftsman, Brent Hull, for a workshop that covers history, techniques, and the importance of saving traditional wooden windows.
Windows are the most visible, yet underappreciated, components of older homes and buildings.
In addition to adding beauty and character, original windows serve a great purpose—they connect the outside of the building to the inside and, as an integral part of the architecture, offer invaluable clues to a building's history.
Despite this value, however, historic windows often get the blame for a building’s energy loss.
Brent Hull of Hull Millwork will lead a discussion in the Bethany Fellowship Hall about energy efficiency, and the philosophy of window restoration in the context of the entire home. We will then move to the Henning house for the hands-on demonstrations, fixes and the realities of window restoration.