EGRESS EDUCATION: A DOOR AND WINDOW REPAIR WORKSHOP
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About the Event
Older homes can suffer from doors that are tight and drafty windows. Since traditional windows and doors were designed to be easily maintained, repaired or rebuilt, there is no reason that the originals in your house can’t be brought back to better-than-new condition and energy efficiency.
Join local building specialist, Eric Cheever, at The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum in Little Falls for an informative, hands-on workshop covering the basics of wood door and window repair. Learn to identify and manage rotted wood and how to fix cracks and drafts. In the process, you will learn how properly maintained old wood doors and windows can be made as energy efficient as replacements. You will also get tips on the best methods for weatherization.
Questions? Please contact Central MN Coordinator Ann Marie Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at 320-632-4007.