Additional Resources For Historic Preservation

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Rock Hill Board of Historic Review
Certificate of Appropriateness Process
Certificate of Appropriateness Application
Certificate of Hardship Process
Certificate of Hardship Application
Design Review Guidelines 
Handicap Ramp Policy
Sign Policy

 

Resources/Links:

NEW! The Old House Guy - Your ultimate guide to old and historic homes

The Secretary of the Interiors Updated Guidelines for Treatment of Historic Properties
5 Ideas to Keep Water Away From Your House
The Top 10 Myths About Historic Preservation
Unsticking a Stuck Window
Manual for Owners of Historic Buildings
Save, Repair, or Replace?
5 Tips to Make Your Historic Interior More Comfortable
Ask The Builder

South Carolina Department of Archives & History
National Trust for Historic Preservation - Find Funding Resources
Guide to Federal Tax Incentives for Historic Property Owners

Guide to State Tax Incentives for Historic Property Owners

NPS.gov (tax incentives for historic property)
Home Insurance and the National Register of Historic Places 
The Devil's Advocate Guide to National Register Listing 
Do-It-Yourself Home Energy Audit (City of Seattle, WA)
Solar Panels and Historic Preservation
Simple Steps to Working Windows (YouTube videos)
How to Weatherize Your Windows
WPSC Window Preservation Standards Collaborative
US Department of Energy
City of Rock Hill Housing & Neighborhood Services - Neighborhood Development
Sanborn Map Key and Fire Insurance Maps
National Park Service Technical Preservation Briefs
Roots & Recall

Articles and Other Documents:

1891 City of Rock Hill Map (pdf)
Rock Hill Properties - Measured Drawings
National Trust for Historic Preservation - How to Preserve Your Historic Home (pdf)
12 Restoration Blunders (pdf) - FineHomeBuilding.com
Top 10 Restoration Mistakes (pdf) - Old House Online, July 2011
Architectural Heritage Center Window Repair Guidebook (pdf)
Winning the War for Windows (pdf) - The Alliance Review, July-August 2009


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