Welcome to retrofit magazine!

With several issues under our belt and many more to come, retrofit magazine is gathering momentum in step with the industry we chronicle. And with the launch of this Web site, we have brought the magazine into the digital age. Welcome to our virtual home – please look around and let us know what you think!

The site features lots of content drawn from our print and digital issues, but you’ll also find many articles, news items and other information exclusive to the Web. We have organized our site to mirror that of our print publication. In the navigation bar, you’ll find we’ve categorized our content based on departments such as Featured Projects, Retro Home, Walls & Roofing and so on. We want the site to be as interactive as possible; you can comment on everything we post, as well as reach out to our editors and authors with feedback. An interactive forum is another way we hope to foster conversation about current trends and topics in the industry. From a listing of new products to useful links, resources and continuing education, we hope that you – our audience – will engage with us on our site and help us share with the world your best ideas, practices, products and projects. You will also find links to Twitter, Facebook and our other social media presences so you can stay up on all the latest content and features. And if you want to reach out to our audience with your products and services, there are easy links to advertising specs and media kits.

Retrofit magazine is the place to get all the information you need to stay on the cutting edge of one of the hottest and fastest-growing sectors of the economy, so bookmark us now and sign up for a free subscription to our print magazine. And please let us know what you like about our site and how we can improve your experience.

Thank you for visiting!

-The staff of retrofit magazine

2 Comments on "Welcome to retrofit magazine!"

  1. Retrofit Magazine Editor | September 23, 2019 at 10:30 am |

    Thank you so much!

  2. HOWARD MILLER | September 17, 2019 at 9:52 pm |

    Excellent publication with very interesting buildings especially the ones over 100 years old.

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