Restoration NOT Replacement

44R Elm Street
Amesbury, MA 01913

News and Articles

January 2nd marks the start of our 20th year in business! When I started, I thought it would just be me. Ha! Restoring windows is a lot of labor and so we grew. It’s been slow and steady growth with a great crew – now 12 people strong. We’ve tackled projects from cabins to castles with a few churches along the way. And we still have hundreds of windows in the queue for future work.

Articles of Interest – Window Woman of New England: Restoring 103-Year-Old Windows, Pane by Pane -Yankee New England’s Magazine

A Comparative Study of the Cumulative Energy Use of Historical Versus Contemporary Windows by Frank Shirley, AIA; Fred Gamble, PhD; Jarod Galvin, RA, LEED AP

This Old Wasteful House by Richard Moe

This Old Thing? The trouble with historic windows, by David Zuckerman

What Replacement Windows Can’t Replace: The Real Cost of Removing Historic Windows, Walter Sedovic & Jill H. Gotthelf (PDF)

Glass From the Past, Gordon Bock

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