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Before & After
1950s vintage aluminum replacement with failed insulated glass.
Vertical grain fir sashes made to match the original, with reinstated rope & pulley counter balance system.
Basement awning window with missing muntin (wood divider).
Same basement window with new muntins restoring original design.
During a kitchen remodel a seating area resulted in the central mullion blocking the view.
New (double-wide) sashes matching the original design were installed within the original frame. This resulted in unhindered view at a fraction of the cost of an all new window.
During a top floor remodel of this historic property the original windows were replaced with a modern vinyl product.
The original windows were saved from the dumpster (literally), refurbished, and reinstalled, restoring the original facade.
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