The Branch House Roof, Trim and Windows
December 2 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The roof and windows are defining features of the Branch House. The diamond-patterned windows enhance the medieval character of the building, the exterior woodwork relied on skilled craftsmen to make adjustments on-site like medieval carpenters, and the roof system is a series of pitches with slate and flat surfaces now with modern coatings. But these features are more than beautiful; they have to keep water out and their wear is showing. Our panel of experts will discuss the challenges of repairing building elements that pose the greatest risk to water infiltration that can either be highly visible or obscured.
A link to this webinar will be sent to all registrants the day before the event.
Fred Esenwein, Ph.D., Glavé & Holmes, Moderator
Scott Taylor, ES Taylor Studio
Sam Daniel, Daniel & Co.
Walter M. Dotts III, Trustee – Old House Authority, and great-grandson of John Kerr Branch and Beulah Gould Branch
Maurice Franck, Saunders Roofing
This webinar is eligible for 1.0 AIA Learning Unit for attending. Please follow the questions upon registration. You will only get credit for attending the LIVE webinar.
*This lecture will be recorded.
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***Registration closes the date of the webinar at 5:30 PM