Preservation Radio's David Maas talks with Eric DeLong, third-generation president of Acorn Manufacturing Company, Inc., based in Mansfield, Massachusetts, manufacturer and distributor of forged iron builder’s hardware. Acorn has the unique distinction of owning Tremont Nail Company, America's oldest manufacturer of authentic steel cut nails using original machinery.
Orion Henderson, fourth-generation president and CEO of Horton Brasses, Inc., producer of more than 1000 different pieces of authentic reproduction cabinet and furniture hardware using actual antique hardware dies and patterns, talks with Preservation Radio's David Maas about the intricacies of re-creating old-world products in a modern age.
Christopher Dore, of Heritage Business International, L3C, talks with Preservation Radio's David Maas about his experiences providing heritage organizations worldwide with industry-specific business expertise to optimize their value, sustainability and heritage impact in the global marketplace.
Colleen Murdock, of Shuttercraft. Inc., talks with Preservation Radio's David Maas about her family-owned business' decades of experience crafting interior and exterior mortise and tenon western red cedar shutters in authentic traditional styles from their base in Madison, Connecticut.
Architectural Color Consultant Darby Samargo, of The Color People, talks with Preservation Radio's David Maas about her extensive experience using color design to maximize the visual potential of residential, commercial and historic properties worldwide.
The Real Milk Paint Company's founder, Dwayne Siever, talks with Preservation Radio's David Maas about all things Milk Paint, including how he turned an early recipe made from scratch into a thriving wordwide business.
Charlie Fisher, principal of Charles J. Fisher, Historian, talks with Preservation Radio's David Maas about his fascinating career facilitating the preservation of some of the most significant historic monuments in Los Angeles. Photo: Hollywood Palladium.
David Martin, founder of Allied Window, manufacturer of "Invisible" custom storm windows, talks with Preservation Radio's David Maas about energy loss, sound and UV reduction, aesthetics and sash protection of historic building window openings. Photo: Allied Window "Invisible" windows at Monticello.
Brooks Gentleman, of Re-View, a full service historic window company based in Kansas City, Missouri, weighs-in on the historic window "restore or replace" debate with Preservation Radio's David Maas.
Dean Smith, of Timeless Barn Company, based in Frankfort, Indiana, talks specifics with Preservation Radio's David Maas about preserving and repurposing timber frame barns as private homes and commercial spaces.
Steven Handelman, of Steven Handelman Studios, based in Santa Barbara, California, talks with Preservation Radio's David Maas about his fascinating and prolific career designing and fabricating custom wrought iron products and lighting fixtures for a global clientele.
Preservation Radio is a long-form podcast program presenting in-depth discussions with distinguished Historic Preservation related product and service professionals from throughout the world.
Preservation Radio's host, David Maas, holds a Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) Degree and Certificate in Historic Preservation Studies from the The University of Georgia's College of Environment + Design and is curator of both HistoricPreservation.com (The Preservation Marketplace) and LandscapeArchitecture.com (The Landscape Architectural Marketplace), as well as host of Landscape Radio. He is also a United States Marine Corps veteran.