Preserving historic buildings

Originally Posted By: rharrington
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Found this while researching a posible rehab project in the area.


http://www.groveport.org/sections/development/historic%20district%20guidelines.pdf

62 pages on preserving historic buildings.

For some reason a lot of houses in the proposed area are going up for sale.

enjoy.

Rick


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Rick A. Harrington
Central Ohio Home Inspections
www.patchhomeinspections.com

Originally Posted By: jmurphy1
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Thank you for the excellent material. I’m thinking about printing this out - this is some of the best info I’ve seen on old structures.


Did you notice they cautioned against the practice of sandblasting old brick as a way of cleaning it? It removes the protective glazing. Wow - I think this is being done on a regular basis?

Thanks again!


Originally Posted By: away
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Someone posted this website a while back. Look over on the right and click on the preservation briefs link. There are over 40 briefs that cover different areas of historic homes/structures.



Andrew Way


Keystone Residential Inspection Services PLLC


817.441.9598


www.keystoneinspections.com