New studies have recently come out comparing the different options for retrofitting windows, such as adding blinds or storm windows, with replacing windows. The study from the National Trust for Historic Preservationís Green Lab includes performance results in a variety of climates as well as return on investment information for those options. The study can be found at http://www.preservationnation.org/information-center/sustainable-communities/green-lab/saving-windows-saving-money/#.UnetmlNjG5I
The Outlook on Windows: New Threats, New Strategies (pdf - added 1-22-10)
Window Preservation Standards Collaborative: http://ptnresource.org/WPSC/
Energy Assessment article: “Within These Walls” http://americanhistory.si.edu/house/
NPS Preservation Briefs and Tech Notes
NPS Online Tutorials
Repair or Demolish - North Dakota Flood Handout, July 2011 (pdf)
Saving Your Flood-Damaged Older & Historic Buildings, North Dakota July 2011 (pdf)
Treatment of Flood-Damaged Older & Historic Buildings, NTHP (pdf)
Additional links to preservation topics will be added often.
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