How To Weatherproof Your Windows

March 5, 2009 Chicago Buildings, Sustainability, Technology, Window Replacement Comments (2) 1098

Many previous posts deal with windows and the benefits of repairing historic wooden windows. A post from November detailed one of my do-it-yourself repairs of my perfectly square, well-functioning 110-year old windows and just this week I shared the details of my heating bill. Now, you can learn “How To Repair and Weatherproof your Windows” in a workshop of that name this Saturday, March 7, from 9-10 AM at Von Dreele-Freerksen, 509 Madison Street in Oak Park. It’s free!

In 2005 I did a panel on windows with Doug Freerksen, who brought his tools and discussed how you can repair and weatherproof your windows, so I know it will be a good seminar.

BTW, you CAN’T do a seminar on “How to Repair Your Replacement Windows.”

2 Responses to :
How To Weatherproof Your Windows

  1. Why can’t you do a seminar on repairing replacement windows?

    1. Vince Michael says:

      Because they are generally not designed to be repairable. Goes against the business model.

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