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Bill Kibbel

Bill Kibbel

Contributing Writer
Bill Kibbel is a contributing writer and review editor for The Old House Web. Bill is an inspector and consultant that specializes in historic buildings with Tri-County Inspections . He has inspected more than 10,000 buildings between 100 and 350 years old and has been a consultant to historic sites in several States. Bill is a veteran old-house owner and restorer and has been contributing to OHW since 2001. For a full list of Bill's columns visit The Home Inspector in our How-To Advice section. Bill welcomes questions for possible future blog posts and articles. You may contact him at wkibbel(at)oldhouseweb.com
Recent posts:
Bill Kibbel
Oct
01
2009
Ever since the article, Sagging Floors - Serious flaw or charming old house character, appeared on OldHouseWeb, I regularly receive questions from readers about
Bill Kibbel
Sep
17
2009
Built in 1736, the Henry Antes house sits on a 34 acre plantation now owned by the Goschenhoppen Historians, Inc.  Once every year the property is packed with
Bill Kibbel
Sep
10
2009
I wanted to install a standing seam metal roof on my porch. I’ve repaired and restored them, but I’ve never installed one.  From inspections, I had a
Bill Kibbel
Aug
23
2009
The first conference of its kind for restoration professionals, historic building owners and enthusiasts was held in Boston in 1993.  It was called the
Bill Kibbel
Aug
12
2009
In 1816, Baltimore, MD was the first US city to have gas lighting.  Using gas for lighting quickly spread to other cities and it was very common throughout the