It is a well-known fact, certainly among preservationists, that every effort should be made to preserve historic wood windows when rehabilitating and/or renovating historic buildings
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Every effort should be made to preserve historic wood windows when rehabilitating and/or renovating historic buildings, rather than replace them.

When replacing historic wood windows, manufacturers seek to reach a compromise, providing a visually similar version that offers energy efficiency and less maintenance.

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