By John J. Cullinane
A useful advisor to the upkeep and service of outdated and historical buildings
Carrying out paintings based on the U.S. Secretary of the Interior's criteria and instructions could be a problem for pros charged with the upkeep, recovery, and care of old homes. This book-with-CD package deal allows the method with greater than four hundred box guidance for the therapy of ancient development buildings, structures, and fabrics. It includes:• heritage and intent for treatment
• Annotated criteria and guidelines
• step by step therapy instructions
• info on strength conservation and assembly LEED and ADA requirements
The therapy directions disguise a variety of concerns, from the right way to exchange damaged glass in wooden and steel home windows to getting ready old mortar. every one guide will be revealed out separately from the accompanying CD for simple reference and on-site use.
Well prepared and straightforward to take advantage of, Maintaining and Repairing outdated and ancient Buildings is a worthy source for architects, engineers, facility managers, and comparable pros operating within the components of creating renovation and recovery.
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Eastern white pine, cedar, and redwood were the most common wood species. In almost all cases, wood siding was painted and, once painted, it had to be repainted on a regular basis. Although many different alternative siding materials had been considered, it was not until 1939 that the modern aluminum siding was developed and not until 1946 that it was available to the public. Aluminum has since given way to vinyl sidings. One of the major selling points of both of these materials is low maintenance.
They had long strips on the side, the stiles; a board across the bottom, the sill; a board across the top, the head; and intermediate wood bracing members, rails. The spaces between these framing parts were filled with wood panels. Neither nails nor glue was used in the assembly, which allowed the wood to expand and contract as the temperature and humidity swelled or shrank the wood. Contemporary wood doors have the same basic structure, but the wood used is soft, not suitable to be exposed to weather, so the frame is covered with a thin sheet of wood—a veneer, which is then finished with stain or paint.
In addition, metal roofs had longevity; they would last 70 to 100 years. It is not unusual to find an old building where the roofing materials were changed from wood shakes or shingles to metal just to protect the building from the potential of fire and then changed back again when fireproof wood shingles were developed. 17) are almost as durable as clay tile and slate, and less expensive, but usually require painting. On old buildings, tin was almost always the metal of choice, which was then painted, often with red lead paint.