Exterior Wood Repair for Historic Properties

Date and Time: 
August 11, 2017 (All day) - August 13, 2017 (All day) America/Chicago
Location: 
The Belvedere School for Hands-On Preservation 521 Bird Street Hannibal, MO 63401

 

 

 

Too often it just seems easier to rip out the old and replace exterior materials on old and historic properties with new products. This urban legend is just not true.

 

For historic property owners this will often diminish the value of their property and cost them more money than repairing original exterior wood. Cost effective preservation of exterior wood components is an excellent way to keep your properties integrity and save money.

 

Bob Yapp, author, teacher and nationally known old house expert will be the instructor.

Students will learn the techniques used to preserve original, exterior wood components. You will learn how to repair rotted trim, sills, and and other a wooden architectural features rather than replacing them. 

 

Architectural epoxies as well as making real wood repairs to original wood surfaces will be the major focus of the workshop. Up to 12 participants. Three days of fun & intense, hands-on field learning.

 

Homeowners, small contractors, preservation staff, preservation commission members, hp students, architects and historic building owners will all benefit from this hands-on, traditional training event. All skill levels are encouraged to sign up. Each student will receive a "Certificate of Completion".

 

Tuition for this three-day workshop is $400 and includes fresh ground morning coffee, snacks, beverages and lunch. Space is limited to twelve students in each session and pre-registration is required. Be sure to get your tuition & registration is as soon as possible because the classes fill up quickly.

 

Affordable hotels as well as bed & breakfast inns are available for out of town students. For more information or to pre-register call Bob Yapp, 217-474-6052 or email him, yapperman@msn.com

 

521 Bird Street, Hannibal, Missouri 63401

 

August 11, 12 & 13, 2017

 

 


 

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