Traditional Building's in-depth reports from top experts in the building and architectural industry. Subjects include metalwork, stonework, art restoration, specialty glass and stained glass restoration, hardware, roofing, flooring, and more.
Despite its durability, mortar requires periodic maintenance and upkeep. Here's a look at how to determine when to repoint masonry, the materials to use (and avoid), and the steps to take to ensure long-lasting results.
We know you have questions on how hardware can bring out the unique character of your historic home. We've asked industry expert and Director of Product Development at Nostalgic Warehouse, Bill Metzger to help with the answers.
Our editors highlight multiple articles on steel windows, from window restoration projects to salvaging metal windows in historic buildings, the history behind steel windows, architectural salvage and more.
When faced with intrusive noise, whether from the raucous streets of Philadelphia or encroaching flightpaths, it can be tempting to try to tone down the world. Instead of trying to defeat outside noise, an easier solution is to fortify your domain with noise-abating windows or interior window inserts.