Scott Sidler of Austin Historical returns to our Window Hero Webinar series with a practical talk on the basics of how to care for and repair your windows, which is outlined in his new book, Old Windows In-Depth. Scott gives homeowners to-the-point, actionable tips for how to care for old wood windows.
In the webinar, Scott goes over everything from tuning up your window for evergreen reliability, to weatherization ideas, to the best tools and materials for window repair projects.
The tools Scott recommends for repairing and maintaining old wood windows:
Scott is the author of the informative and widely-read Craftsman Blog. He is also the author of Old Windows Made Easy and Living in the Past. He lives in Orlando, Florida where he restores old wood windows and homes for a living.
“Our historic buildings give us a sense of our place in time. They let us know that this town, this country, this planet is not ours, but rather it is on loan from our children. We see that there were people here before us and because of that, we can more easily grasp the idea that there will be people here after us.”
– Scott Sidler from the post, Preservation is not about the past, it’s about the future.
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Indow window inserts are interior storm panels designed to increase energy efficiency and comfort while preserving historic integrity by gently pressing into existing window frames. They simply press into place without a mounting bracket using our patented silicone Compression Tube. Always custom fabricated to fit out-of-square and special geometry windows, Indow inserts are ideal for beautiful historic windows.