Commercial/Institutional Window Repair

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The original windows found in commercial and institutional historic buildings can be simple single light double hungs, or elaborate, multi-paned show piece fenestration that the architect originally designed to give the structure distinction and appeal.  Or, sometimes, some combination of the two.  They are all important historic elements worthy of being retained, restored and improved to keep your old building authentic for generations to come.

Over the years, nearly 90% of our commercial/institutional projects have been in support of owners obtaining both Federal and State "Historic Tax Credits".  All of our processes and products fully conform to the Secretary of Interior's Standards for Historic Rehabilitation.  We know what is required to work under the auspices of the National Park Service and your State Historic Preservation Office to ensure that these valuable tax credits are obtained on all of our work

We have vast experience in the undertaking of both large and small window restoration projects in commercial and institutional settings in five states.  Your building might contain rolled steel casements, monumental wood arched windows, or simple six pane double hung windows... we have restored them all to the complete satisfaction of all involved.

If some of your building's original windows are missing, we are expert at replicating entire window systems in our 20,000 sq ft facility that will satisfy even the most demanding architectural specification.

Give us a call and send us your plans.  As one of the largest window restoration companies in the nation, we have all of the personnel, supervision, financial strength and qualifications to undertake even the largest window projects and get them completed within tightly managed completion schedules.