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Building Doctor Clinic, Hamilton

May 16, 2013 - May 17, 2013

The Building Doctors of the Ohio Historic Preservation Office of the Ohio Historical Society are holding clinics in Hamilton, Port, Clinton, and Xenia in 2013.

The “doctors” work in teams, teaching old-building owners how to recognize and solve some of the most commons sources of problems in maintaining older buildings and how to make informed decisions about repairs and improvements.

Each Building Doctor Clinic begins with a free seminar on topics like peeling paint and failing plaster, wet basements, deteriorating masonry, windows, wood issues, and bring buildings built before 1955 up to date without sacrificing historical integrity. One the following day, the Building Doctors make the rounds of ailing buildings within five miles of the city center where the seminar is held to examine problems and prescribe cures. Consultations are free, but you must preregister for an appointment and attend the seminar to qualify. The Building Doctors visit all kinds of pre-1955 buildings: schools, churches, factories, stores, offices, farm building,s and homes.

For more information, including the dates of upcoming clinics, or to register for the clinic near you, go to https://www.ohiohistory.org/preserve/state-historic-preservation-office/buildingdoctor

Details

Start:
May 16, 2013
End:
May 17, 2013

Venue

Robinson-Schwenn Building, Miami University Hamilton Downtown Center
221 High St
Hamilton, OH United States

Organizer

Antony Seppi
Phone:
(513) 785-7018
Email:
seppia@hamilton-oh.gov
View Organizer Website

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