Windowmaker has all the resources necessary for sophisticated in-shop fabrication of custom wood windows, and has provided custom wood windows for many projects in historical renovation. Gothic cathedrals, the Saint Augustine lighthouse, and luxurious historical homes have all been the sites of custom wood window installations from the Windowmaker Company. No matter the size, dimensions or complexity of the custom wood window treatment that you are looking for, the Windowmaker Company is up to the challenge. Take a look at our Windowmaker photo gallery for a view of our workshop and some of the places where our high quality custom wood window work has been installed.
The Windowmaker Company offers a full line of supplies for working with historical custom wood windows, including restoration glass, glazing tools, glazing supplies / bedding compounds, paint and putty removal, primers, epoxies, moisture meters and leaded glass repair supplies. You can also get all of the information that you need to get started on working with historical custom wood windows from the Windowmaker Company. We can provide a range of pamphlets with information that will help you identify the period of your historic wood windows, determine what will be necessary during the course of your project with our historical restoration project assessment guide, and learn how to perform basic custom wood window restoration tasks such as constructing double hung window designs and making your own wood pegs for the windows.
Ask us for information on our web site, and not only can you learn about the range of great products and services which the Windowmaker company provides, you can also get free advice on your own historical window making project! Ask a technical question of our staff, and take advantage of the expertise that we possess in restoring custom wood windows of all kinds. Once you are satisfied with our ability to handle any kind of restoration project involving custom wood windows, you can hire us for your custom wood windows project.