Introducing the Homeowner’s Series 2022
Old House Repair & Restoration
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL save $25.00 off of regular price
$75.00 now only $50.00 for a limited time
Old House Restoration & Repair for Homeowners – A new approach to help historic homeowners get the high quality, research-informed information they need to repair and restore their most valuable possession… their homes! Now you can take our award winning course from anywhere in the world!
Sunday, February 27, 2022 at 12:00 – 3:00 pm+
A message from Dr. Christopher Cooper | Director of Education
As the Editor-in-Chief of Edifice Magazine for the past 20 years (Now Old Home Living Magazine) I get asked many reoccurring questions by our followers and subscribers of specific issues as they relate to a traditional home of character or in this case, a heritage home.
After 20 years of touring our “Restoration Road Trip” across Canada and abroad we have decided that we need to embrace the enormous changes in technologies as well as dealing with a global pandemic to bring owners and lovers of older and heritage homes together in a live setting, safely!
We have created this workshop to deal with the top ten questions and concerns asked by our followers and subscribers.
What You Will Learn in this Homeowner’s Series:
Module One: Formula for Restoration
Treating the cause not the symptom, what issues to look out for in owning or purchasing an older house. Structure, and planing your restoration project.
Module Two: The Heating System
Heating system overviews… the definite do’s and don’ts on older and modern heating systems.
Module Three: Masonry, Brick and Stone
An overview of brick and stone with a look at some reasons why it has failed. What to look for and how it should be restored properly and professionally!
Module Four: Wood Windows & Doors
Why you should keep your wood windows and doors. The best way to make them as energy efficient as replacements and to last another 100 – 200 years.
Module Five: Heritage Roofing
Best materials that fit your budget, as well as proper flashing and water management.
Module Six: Softwood and Hardwood floors
The proper methods of preservation and restoration of your prized wooden floors.
Module Seven: Plumbing and Electrics
Outdated plumbing, fixtures, bathrooms, and kitchens etc. Best designs, best solutions to repair or retrofit. Outdated electrical, what to do with Knob and Tube?
Module Eight: Curb Appeal
Heritage Curb Appeal, get that magazine cover look! Colour, lighting plantings etc.
Module Nine: Antique Hardware
Antique hardware is one of the most character defining elements of an older home. Refinishing basics.
Module Ten: Adding-On
Thinking of adding-on to your heritage house, this module will help you in your decision making process.
Who Is This Course For:
For those who want to become very well informed with the structure, design and health of their older home. These Ten modules are the most asked questions from owners of older homes across Canada and the United States.
Sunday, February 27, 2022 at 12:00 – 3:00 pm +
Please log-in 10 minutes early, there will be a 10 minute Q&A between each module and a final 15-minute + Q&A at the end. Be sure to make notes!
This is a live and interactive multi media Zoom presentation. We will provide credentials and log-in information as well as step-by-step instruction for the first time user. See instructional video below.
Requirements and Supplies:
No equipment or supplies are necessary to begin this course. However, be sure to make notes during the class.
A chance to have your question answered LIVE by Dr. Cooper as it pertains to this course.
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL save $25.00 off of regular
$75.00 now only $50.00 for a limited time
The course is $50.00 and has limited space
Full payment is due upon booking your place, remember this course sells out very quickly.
- All Professional Intensive Guild Intern Students Receive 6 CPD credits when they take this course.
Reserve your space now (Via PayPal) by clicking on the link above.
As this workshop fills up quickly and is on a first come first serve basis our cancellation policy is to provide credit for another workshop time of same value or to view the recording of the Zoom event.
Dr. Christopher Cooper
Dr. Christopher Cooper has over four decades of experience in the hands-on restoration and rehabilitation and design of heritage buildings both domestic and commercial on five continents. Christopher has written and researched and published many books on the workings and repair of historic homes and buildings.
Since 2002 Dr. Cooper has been the Editor-in-Chief, photographer and writer of the most influential magazine in Canada dedicated to owners of historic buildings Edifice Magazine (now Old Home Living Magazine by Edifice).
Dr. Cooper is the senior fellow and founder at the Edifice Atelier an educational institute fundamentally created with the intent on educating people on lost arts as it relates to heritage buildings and architecture.
Christopher has lectured all over the world and has become well known for his laid-back humorous and lively approach to his workshops.
If you have any issues at all contact us directly via the email link below.