A Preservation Perspective on Coatings

From JPCL, March 2017

By DEBORAH SLATON, WISS, JANNEY, ELSTNER ASSOCIATES INC.

Coatings play a significant role in the rehabilitation of historic structures, with considerations ranging from maintaining the structure’s character to whether they even belong there at all. Learn more about preservation standards and guidelines — and the right questions to ask....


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Tagged categories: Aesthetics; Architectural coatings; Architectural history; Brick; Building facades; Coatings; concrete; Department of the Interior; Exterior Wall Coatings; Graffiti-resistant coatings; Historic Preservation; Historic Structures; Maintenance + Renovation; Maintenance coating work; Maintenance programs; Masonry; Paint; Paint and coatings removal; Paint Removal; Preservation; Rehabilitation/Repair; Renovation; Restoration; Sealers; Silane; Surface preparation; Water repellents

Comment from Dick Piper, (4/17/2017, 11:52 AM)

Excellent article


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