Tag: bridge lane restorations

“Un-Stuck” any painted shut sashes Lightly scrape sashes Remove any loose paint Patch any missing glazing putty *Fee is based upon the number of lights per sash. Fee does not include Broken Glass... Read More

Doors and windows that are original to a home or building are one of the most important architectural elements of any historic building. Not only are are they built to... Read More

We understand that every window project is unique, that’s why we think it’s important to offer several types of service levels at different price points to fit your repair or... Read More

Doors and windows that are original to a home or building are one of the most important architectural elements of any historic building. Not only are are they built to... Read More

Doors and windows that are original to a home or building are one of the most important architectural elements of any historic building. Not only are are they built to... Read More

Doors and windows that are original to a home or building are one of the most important architectural elements of any historic building. Not only are are they built to... Read More

Remove glazing. Take out existing glass. Place new glass in opening. Install glazing points. Reglaze with Sarco Type M Glazing Putty. Use dust compound to remove excess glazing. Doors and windows that are original to a... Read More

Remove Window Stop. Remove Lower Sash From Frame. Remove Parting Bead and Replace if Necessary. Remove Upper Sash From Frame. Open Pocket Door To Gain Access To Weights. Remove All Weights and Replace Rope Cords. Doors... Read More

Set up mobile shop at your home. Remove sashes from window frame. Remove as much old glazing as possible. Scrape off as much old paint as possible. Hand sand interior and exterior sides of... Read More

If you want your windows completely restored back to their former glory, we recommend “The Full Rehab”. Below is a breakdown of the steps taken during a complete restoration... Read More