Maintenance Matters!

Maintenance Matters!

An Introduction to Caring for Your Old Building

26/11/2021 - 26/11/2021
Introductory, General Interest
Virtual event: held online
United Kingdom


Event details

Maintenance Week (19-26 November 2021) reminds anyone who cares for a property - regardless of its age, type or purpose - of the straightforward steps they can take to protect their building from winter weather. 

The SPAB knows that carrying out simple, regular maintenance tasks will save money on expensive repairs further down the line, and allow us to live more sustainably. Buildings and construction make up 42% of the UK’s total carbon footprint. Keeping existing homes in good condition will significantly help in efforts to be ‘greener’.

We are offering free access to this popular online talk for the duration of Maintenance Week 2021. Register now to receive information on how to watch this presentation.


Maintenance Matters!
An Introduction to Caring for Your Old Building

Recording of an online talk presented by James Innerdale for the SPAB in November 2020
Free - registration required 

This illustrated talk explores how old buildings are different to new, how and why they can decay, what maintenance is and why it's important. It includes practical advice on getting started and working safely.  

Presented by James Innerdale, an architect and historic buildings consultant. James was the Technical Officer for the SPAB’s recent Maintenance Cooperatives Project (MCP).

James' talk is a recording of the live presentation he made for the SPAB for Maintenance Week 2020. 


IT requirements: Please note that this is a recording of an online lecture. You will be sent instructions on how to access the recording in a booking confirmation email. To participate, all you need is an internet connection, and a laptop, computer or phone with the ability to play video and audio.   


Accessibility: please contact the SPAB before booking to discuss any special access requirements.

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