You live in a masterpiece. You know that this home you’ve been given the care of, has a long and storied history. You’re just there to provide the next chapter in its’ story. You want to take care of your home, give it the updates it needs, yet you still want to maintain that historic look and feel that provides so much charm. You would like to get all the advantages that brand new, energy efficient windows and doors can bring. The warmth, the lower heating and cooling bills, the view through fresh glass to enjoy from inside your home.
We understand. One of the things we love to do the most, is to collaborate with homeowners to replace with care, the historic windows and doors of yesterday, with the brand new, energy efficient windows and doors that are matched to preserve the historic look and feel of your masterpiece.
We can collaborate early with architects, facilities managers, general contractors and owners to find the right solution for your project. From on-site measurement of every opening to providing samples and rapid prototypes, we will help navigate the National Park Services standards and guidelines to discuss window specifications with local historic commissions. We can provide support through the entire project lifecycle from initial concept to completion.
If you don’t see a design you like, or would like to exactly replicate the look of your current historic windows, we can custom replicate it, or design something completely custom to your specifications. We welcome the complexities of historic buildings and understand the importance windows and doors have in bringing new life to old spaces.
From double hung windows for traditional buildings to casement windows for midcentury modern structures, We work with the biggest names in the game to bring you both standard and one-of-a-kind solutions to meet your needs, including:
- Interior & Exterior Sash Lug
- Authentic and Divided Lites
- Glazing, such as Circa Glass
- Custom Casings and Subsills
- Wood Species for Interior and Exterior, including Vertical Grain Douglas fir and Mahogany
- Hardware and Locking Mechanisms
- Interior Finish Options
- Custom Exterior Colors