In-depth reports examining the materials and techniques involved with installing and restoring windows and doors in traditionally-designed or historic buildings, including style specifications.
When faced with intrusive noise, whether from the raucous streets of Philadelphia or encroaching flightpaths, it can be tempting to try to tone down the world. Instead of trying to defeat outside noise, an easier solution is to fortify your domain with noise-abating windows or interior window inserts.
The historic metal window continues to deliver more glass with less maintenance, while adapting to the 21st century needs of historic sensitivity, thermal efficiency and environmental security.
Reproducing historic wood windows involves dealing with many design details that don't exist in today's windows.