TIMBERLANE COLLABORATES WITH ARCHITECTS, BUILDERS AS A GOLD SPONSOR OF THE TRADITIONAL BUILDING CONFERENCE SERIES
Specifiers, Builders and Manufacturers meet to collaborate and
develop solutions to preserve, restore, and design period architecture
Montgomeryville, PA (April 1, 2013) – Timberlane Inc, manufacturer of the world’s finest exterior shutters, today announced that they will be a Gold Sponsor of Restore Media’s Traditional Building Conference Series. The Traditional Building Conference Series delivers education and networking opportunities to architects, contractors, craftsman, interior designers, building owners, planners, preservationists and their suppliers.
Since 2007, the Traditional Building Conference Series has provided in depth knowledge and education to those who are involved in the restoration and renovation community. These conferences offer an opportunity for all attendees to network with experts, and collaborate on solutions for traditional home building.
The first conference in the series was held at the Lockwood-Matthews Mansion Museum in Norwalk, Connecticut, and included an array of presentations covering all aspects of the restoration and renovation community. With the assistance and presentations from many professionals, attendees learned more about the specifics and challenges within their industry.
The conference series offers only a select group of sponsors, and as a Gold Sponsor, Timberlane will be available not only to discuss products and solutions needed by the community, but will also be addressing the attendees regarding specific topics that are applicable to each of the different targeted conference topics, and develop a closer synergy between the needs of the audience and the product solutions offered by Timberlane.
“Timberlane has been affiliated with Traditional Building and Restore Media overall since we began and we have been a part of many of their shows, conferences and events over the past 20 years,” says Rick Skidmore, President and CEO of Timberlane, Inc. “This conference truly embodies what Restore Media is passionate about, bringing all parties together, in unique settings, to inspire an exchange of ideas. The breadth of experience of the conference partners and attendees coupled with their genuine passion for preserving and promoting period architecture makes this conference series the ideal setting,” Rick added.
By consistently crafting quality products and meeting all expectations, Timberlane satisfies all customers with their work of art, and understands that customers range from architects to homeowners, each with their own perspectives, expectations, and needs. As the top shutter company in the industry, Timberlane takes pride in fulfilling every requirement and technicality that all of our customers envision.
Peter Miller, the President of Restore Media, added, “By virtue of their Gold sponsorship, Timberlane helps underwrite education for traditional building professionals, including those who seek Continuing Education Credits. Timberlane makes historically accurate products that are the right fit for our Conference attendees and magazine readers.”
Check out the Traditional Building Conference Series website (http://www.traditionalbuildingshow.com/index.shtml) for more information about the events.
Headquartered in Montgomeryville, PA, The Timberlane brand has become synonymous with exceptional quality and is regularly specified by some of the most respected and influential architects, decorators, contractors, and historians throughout the US and beyond. With a near infinite number of options for our standard shutters, including panel configurations, cut outs and radius tops, along with the full customizations and matching capabilities, Timberlane is able to fulfill even the most exacting needs and specifications. Timberlane also just happens offer the largest collection of hand-forged and period-perfect shutter hardware available including: shutter hinges, pintels, slide locks, pull rings and tie backs (shutter dogs). For more information about the world’s finest exterior shutters ever made go to www.Timberlane.com.