Live Webinar--Historic Clay Tile: December 15, 2016

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The Traditional Building Conference Online Education Series has announced its fall/winter lineup of live webinars. Join one or all of these free webinars and earn continuing education credits from the comfort of your own laptop. Hosted by experts in the field, topics this year include historic clay tile, storm windows, vacuum insulated glazing, and historic window repair and replacement.

Coming Up: Historic Clay Tile: Why and How to Use it.
The Live Broadcast is Thursday, December 15, 2016 2 pm ET

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Tab Colbert, President and CEO, Ludowici, New Lexington, OH

1 AIA HSW Learning Unit

This course will give design and building professionals an in-depth understanding of clay roof tiles: their composition, quality, design considerations, color and style. This ancient roofing material has been used since Neolithic times and continues to be used today. You will learn about the history of clay tile, how it is made, its material advantage, how to choose color, and how to install it.

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Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the history of clay roof tile.
  • Describe how clay tile is made and installed for long-lasting performance.
  • Apply the unique features of a quality clay roof tile to contemporary projects or restoration work.
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Traditional Windows and Historic Settings:
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Thu, Dec 1, 2016 2:00 PM EST |  Register

A Sustainable Traditional:
Storm Windows with David Martin

Tue, Dec 13, 2016 2:00 PM EST |  Register

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Phelps Company

Manufacturer of traditional hot-forged solid-brass window hardware: sash pulleys, weights, chains, lifts & locks; stop-bead adjusters, spring bolts, window ventilation locks, push-out casement hardware, storm/screen-door latch sets & more.

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