Friday, October 31, 2008

Workshops on Original Wood Windows and Lead Paint

Worried about the cold coming winter months and your heating bill? Bombarded with advertisements for “energy efficient” replacement windows? You are not alone! That’s why you are cordially invited to attend HAF’s Window Sash Chat at the First Presbyterian Church (362 State Street). What to expect? Expert preservation panelists and window repair experts will give presentations and field questions on how can make your old sash energy efficient!

When: November 1, 2008, Noon-4pm
Where: First Presbyterian Church, 362 State Street (corner of Willett St.), Albany
Why: To clear the air, and make sure you know all the facts when it comes to your original wood windows
Who: Expert panelists will include: Roberta Lane, National Trust for Historic Preservation; Walter Sedovic, Walter Sedovic Architects; Mark DeChiro, NYSERDA contractor, Alden & Stephen Withem, Contractor’s Millworks; and Jim Devine, Advanced Energy Panels
How: You can walk, bike or park in the First Presbyterian Church’s parking lot (limited spots!) or in Washington Park.

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