Historic Seattle Building Renovation Fair – Saturday, April 14

Join Historic Seattle at the second annual Building Renovation Fair, Saturday, April 14, from 10 am to 4 pm, at historic Washington Hall (153 14th Avenue, Seattle). Take this opportunity to meet the region’s experts in old buildings (we expect 25 vendors)–the salvage houses, restoration and renovation architects, contractors, interior designers, and trades people who appreciate working on the components of old houses in glass, wood, metal, tile and ceramics, plumbing, electrical, hardware, painting, plaster, and wood windows. Presentations are offered throughout the day. For full descriptions of the presentations and the renovation fair, go to Historic Seattle’s website.

Timeless Style, Modern Living – 11 am
Carol Sundstrom, AIA, röm architecture studio

Masonry Restoration – 12 pm
Marty Smith, Director of Business Development, VanWell Masonry

Preparing your Historic Home for Earthquakes – 1 pm
Bruce Schoonmaker, A-FFIX LLC

Interior Storm Windows for Old Buildings – 2 pm
Van Calvez, MSE, LEED AP, Windovative Design LLC

Laser Scanning as a tool for Historic Preservation – 3 pm
Brad Freeman, Triad Associates

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