Window Restoration & Repair

Buying Guides

A Buying Guide to companies specializing in window restoration and repair in traditional and historic buildings; specialties include custom fabrication, casements, and cleaning.

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Perma-Chink products

Perma-Chink

Perma-Chink Systems Products is the building industry’s trusted partner for the tightest, greenest, and most impeccably finished wood homes in the world. It is premier provider of cutting-edge premium wood stains and finishes, log home sealants, and maintenance and wood restoration products.

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Abatron, Inc.

Manufacturer of products for restoration & repair: wood consolidation & repair, window & door restoration, concrete patching & resurfacing, metal restoration, moldmaking & casting, structural adhesives, protective coatings, strippers & related products.

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Bagala Window Works

Restorer of wood windows & doors: any shape; antique glass; improved energy efficiency with metal interlocking weatherstrip systems; historically sensitive storm windows; innovators of steam stripping for window restoration.

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Cooper Historical Windows

Manufacturer of historically accurate windows; restorer of period windows, doors, & entranceways. Combining the beauty of handmade glass with the efficiency of Low-E glass, to produce an ideal IG unit, adding high-performance and energy-efficiency to historically accurate windows.

Green Mountain Insulated Glass

Green Mountain Insulated Glass

Green Mountain Insulated Glass Inc. is a manufacturer of small lite, narrow sightline, insulated glass units for custom true divided lite windows and doors.

Pilkington Spacia

Innovation for Historic Restoration

In this video, learn how Pilkington has recently expanded their technology into the North American market by introducing the world's first commercially available vacuum glazing, Pilkington Spacia.