Table of contents for Windows : history, repair, and conservation / editors, Michael Tutton, Elizabeth Hirst ; managing editor, Jill Pearce.


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PART ONE    HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT
2  The Development of the Window                            7
Hentie Louw
Design and function of the window                      8
Stylistic expression and construction                 20
Types and operational principles                      50
Variations on a Venetian theme                        68
3  History of Window Fittings                              97
Treve Rosoman
Casement windows                                      98
Sash windows                                         104
Shutters                                             117
4  History and Development of Glass                       121
David Martlew
Tudor technology                                     123
Traumatic change                                     124
Forming the glass                                    125
The glassmaker's tools                               126
The broad glass method                               127
The crown glass method                                131
The improved cylinder method                             138
Two steps forward in furnace design                      143
Cylinder drawn method                                    144
Flat drawn sheet                                         146
Plate glass                                              151
Patterned glass                                          154
Conclusion                                               155
5  Examples for Identification                                159
Charles Brooking
PART TWO POLICY
6  Principles and Policy                                      179
Bob Kindred
Listed buildings - Government policy advice              179
Listed buildings - English Heritage policy advice        181
Listed buildings - current policy advice in England      183
Listed building consent                                  185
Works to local authority owned listed buildings          187
Appeals against refusal                                  188
Conditions for listed building consent                   188
Sanctions for unauthorized work.                         189
Listed building enforcement notices                      190
Conservation Areas                                       191
Policy campaigns for better awareness and management     192
Article 4 Directions - controlling permitted development  194
Informal notices                                         195
Building Regulations                                     196
An uncertain future                                      197
7  Surveying                                                  201
Michael Tutton and Robert Thorniley-Walker
Safety requirements                                      201
Access                                                   202
Various surveys                                         204
Non-destructive investigations                           207
Monitoring distress over time                            210
Record of works                                          212
8  Structural Implications                                  217
Robert Thorniley-Walker
Appointing an engineer                                 217
Structural aspects of windows                          219
Distress at windows                                    222
Structural repairs in and around windows               225
Conservation and repair principles                     231
9  Window Performance and Sustainability                    233
Mike Parrett
Improving energy efficiency                            238
Approaches to energy conservation                      241
Sustainability                                        242
PART THREE MATERIALS, REPAIR AND CONSERVATION
to  Timber                                                   253
Alan Lamb
Timbers used for the manufacture of traditional windows  253
Processing timber for joinery                          255
Types of traditional wooden window                     258
The casement window                                    258
Repair and conservation of traditional wooden windows  266
General principles for the conservation and repair of
wooden windows                                      275
Preventive maintenance                                 278
Glue and consolidants for wooden window repair         279
Resin fillers                                         280
Selection of timbers for conservation and repair       281
Conclusion                                             281
11  Diagnosis and Treatment of Timber Decay                 283
Jagjit Singh
Causes of decay in timber windows                      283
Types of decay that affect timber windows             286
Diagnostic non-destructive inspection                  291
Remedial treatment                                    296
Environmental monitoring                              302
Conclusion                                            303
12  Metal                                                   305
Eleni Makri and Rupert Harris
Listing issues                                         307
Planning the work                                      308
Inspection                                             308
Paint sampling and analysis                           309
Assessment of risks: Removal or in situ work           309
Preparing for cleaning                                 311
Removal of hard putty                                  311
Cleaning and surface preparation                       311
Realignment and restoring functionality                313
Repairs: approach and criteria                         313
Surface coatings                                       314
Reinstallation                                         319
Maintenance                                            319
Wrought iron windows                                   321
Cast iron windows                                      331
Mild steel windows                                     338
Bronze windows                                        348
Zinc windows                                           354
Aluminium windows                                      356
13  Stone                                                   365
Graham Abrey
Window construction                                   366
Decay mechanisms and characteristics                  367
Conservation and repair strategies                     373
Cleaning and paint removal                            379
Conservation and repair techniques                     382
Surface and decorative finishes                       396
Repair materials                                      398
Quality and workmanship                               408
Conclusion                                            409
14  Leaded Lights and Stained Glass                         411
Ruth Cooke
Leaded glazing and stained and painted glass          411
Preventive and interventive conservation              414
15  Paints and Coatings                                           429
Karen Morrissey
Understanding and interpreting historic paint films and
their properties                                        429
Failure of historic paint films                             436
Identifying appropriate conservation strategies             439
Implementation of conservation and restoration strategies  442
Further reading                                              445



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Windows