REPAIRING AND RESTORING OLD WINDOWS (ST. CLOUD) - POSTPONED
Time & Location
About the Event
For your health and for the health of our broader community, Rethos is postponing all of our classes and programs for the next few weeks, including Saturday's Repairing & Restoring Old Windows workshop. If you have already registered for this class, you will be contacted directly for options regarding your registration. Thank you for your understanding!
Ever think to yourself, are my wood windows worth saving? Can I repair them myself? Will I save money on my energy bill? (Answers: Yes, yes, and yes!)
Join window specialist Paul Schmidt for a day all about windows. Paul will dispel common myths about old wood windows, explain the difference between original and replacement windows, and demonstrate common repairs that you can do at home. You'll get a thorough overview on how to repair drafts, reglaze windows, fix rotted wood, and improve overall window operation. Most importantly, you'll learn why old wood windows can be just as energy efficient as replacements.
Hosted at "The Nunnery," a 1912 home in St. Cloud's Southside Neighborhood Historic District, this workshop considers the unique challenges facing homeowners hoping to tackle rehab or restoration projects in their older homes.
This class is part of the rehab education program of Rethos: Places Reimagined. We are proud to offer a variety of classes for homeowners, students, Realtors, and others who love old buildings. The Rethos education program is funded in part by the Arts & Cultural Legacy Fund through the Minnesota Historical Society.
Ticket transfer policy: If you are unable to attend a class but would like to transfer your registration, just email CentralMN@rethos.org with your name and contact info (email address and phone number), as well as the contact info of the person that will be taking your spot in class. We’ll update our attendance list accordingly.
Refund policy: Please email email@example.com if you would like a refund on your purchased ticket. Rethos will arrange to refund the cost of the class. Refunds are provided up to seven days prior to the class.
Cancellation policy: A class may be cancelled due to low enrollment. Decision to cancel a class will be announced to registrants at least 24 hours before the class' scheduled time. Refunds will be provided to all registrants.
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