Third Annual Building Renovation Fair, Saturday, April 13, 2013

3rd building renovation fair

Join Historic Seattle for its Third Annual Building Renovation Fair!

Meet the region’s experts in old buildings—the salvage houses, restoration and renovation architects, contractors, interior designers, and tradespeople who appreciate working on the components of old houses in glass, wood, metal, tile and ceramics, plumbing, electrical, hardware, painting, plaster, and wood windows.

The fair is a wonderful opportunity to examine and compare services and products, ask questions, and get inspired by what you learn as our exhibitors share their expertise individually and in presentations throughout the day. Presentations this year include: Remodeling Strategies for Mid Century Homes by Julie Campbell AIA, CTA Design Builders; Wood, Stone, and Brick Restoration Basics by Brian Rich, Richaven PLLC; Preparing your Historic Home for Earthquakes by Bruce Schoonmaker, A-FFIX LLC; Remodeling your Vintage Home for your Modern Lifestyle by Diane Foreman, Neil Kelly Company; and Getting Cozy: Energy Efficiency in Historic Homes by the Neil Kelly staff.

The Building Renovation Fair co-sponsored by Neil Kelly.

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