The links below are to non-local
web pages that offer information on heritage home renovation and restoration.
"American Bungalow Magazine is published in the interest
of preserving and restoring the modest American 20th century home,
the bungalow, and the rich lifestyle that it affords."
Arts and Crafts Society
"An on-line community dedicated to the philosophy and spirit
of the Arts & Crafts Movement." Features include an on-line
bookstore and marketplace for a huge assortment of goods and services
for restoring a Craftsman style home
" Restoring, renovating, remodeling or maintaining an old house,
heritage building or traditional architecture? Look here for information,
advice & assistance as well as all the bits'n'pieces you need:
castings, decorative glass, fireplaces, fabrics, hardware, joinery,
lighting, plumbing, plaster, tiles, as well as color schemes, decoration,
bathroom & kitchens - absolutely everything for old houses."
A web site where historic home owners can buy and sell historic
properties, antiques, and historic hardware. Also helps you find
companies which specialize in historic preservation, building technology,
or supply restoration materials and ask other homeowners about their
The web site for the Old House Journal includes formation
on the magazine, an on-line classified section, information on new
preservation related products, as well as tips for historic building
"Ideas, advice, and community for old house enthusiasts."
Extensive guide to suppliers of preservation and restoration related
Web page for the show "This Old House." Site contains
articles from This Old House magazine, information from recent
episodes of the show, and a directory of supplies and tools used
on the show.
For more great general preservation related internet resources
visit the Preservation Action Council of San Jose's links