Reno Bootcamp For Owners of Older Homes October 26th, 2019 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm On the beautiful grounds of the Teeterville Museum Save money on expensive labour costs by having the confidence to improve and maintain your own house. Or simply to understand the intricacies of home repair to make an educated choice on… Continue reading Reno Bootcamp Norfolk
Two amazing workshops in one big day! Learn how to restore your wood doors and antique hardware.
Is your kitchen, bath or laundry looking tired or out-of-date? Does it need to be renewed? Let your instructor Dr. Christopher Cooper inspire you that creating a beautiful kitchen is as easy as building one simple base and wall cabinet several times over.
The aim of the course is to give participants the confidence to carry out small or even large repairs to their own homes plaster walls and ceilings.
People complain about their drafty old wood windows, how about the same complaints about replacement windows and have the same complaint after spending thousands of dollars.
Colour makes the world a more beautiful place. Colour can indicate whether a person is conservative, adventurous, and communicate the feeling we want our house to convey – austere, whimsical or classical.
Many owners of Old Houses (prior to 1970) find it hard to source reliable information on how these older houses function properly. This workshop is designed to educate the home owner on general repair and maintenance.
Are you interested in teaching a course at the Edifice Atelier? Let us know about your art, craft or specialized skill. We are looking for part time instructors for the 2019/2020 educational calendar years at our main Oxford Campus, Western Ontario Campus, Eastern Ontario campus and Nova Scotia campus!
Repointing is the process of removing deteriorating mortar from the joints of a masonry wall (brick or stone) and replacing it with new mortar.
I will focus my attention in this article on attic insulation, which in most cases, with respect to an old house, it too, is usually installed incorrectly, and the savings you think you are getting will be the opposite when heat is drawn out of your house with a resulting moisture problem.