Historic Hawai‘i Foundation & AIA Honolulu presents
Greening Measures for Hawaii’s Heritage Homes
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Historic Hawaii Foundation, in partnership with the Honolulu Chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIA Honolulu), has developed this five -course workshop series to provide information, knowledge and tools to help historic homeowners reduce their homes’ carbon footprint while retaining the properties’ historic integrity. Read more about each session online.
The series will encourage maintenance of historic properties through the lens of sustainability in order to provide affordable and accessible sustainability tools and techniques to incorporate into preservation maintenance plans. Areas covered include an overview of preservation & sustainability, water, energy, windows and landscape. View Event Flyer.
Monday, May 21 - Class 4: WINDOWS:
Sustainability measures to maintain/restore your historic windows.
- Association for Preservation Technology, Hawai‘i-Pacific Chapter, Barbara Shideler, President
- Alan Shintani, Inc. General Contractor, Alan Shintani, President
Find out about cost-effective and energy-effcient repair, restoration and maintenance of original wood windows and window films to shield heat and reduce energy consumption. Learn how to recognize fenestration patterns, safely remove lead paint & glass, repair epoxy, apply glazing putty, fit weather-stripping, and re-install window sashes.
Upcoming Monday Workshop:
- June 4 - Class 5: LANDSCAPE: Creating a sustainable & culturally-sensitive landscape
Cost: $25 per session; $100 for the series (Attend one, several or all of the sessions.)