Historic integrity

The windows are an important feature of any home. Their distinctions are recognizable and reflect your home's period of architecture. They innately fit your house and when they are changed, the "new" doesn't fit. If it did, it would be "reproductions." Replacements are not reproductions unless they are do so on purpose. That requires custom attention and higher costs than restoration or standard replacement. Restoration brings back the dignified original look while adding functionality and efficiency. It's a roadmap for success to give your windows another lifetime of service while the inherent architectural and aesthetic elements of your home's windows are preserved, not replicated.

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