Sampling of window types and previous works
These units are solid Mahogany with a Woodstone Custom Finish including preservative dip, alkyd prime, and one coat acrylic finish paint applied before unit assembly and installation of insulating glass to insure coverage of all faces and edges of each component part including the coped interior glazing stops. A second finish coat was applied after the units were assembled and before delivery or installation limiting the need for expensive on-site touch up.
This Maine residence has a wonderful view of the ocean and Fenestration control was an important architectural element. Note the bowed double hung sash with Bent Glass on the first floor and the straight sash and doors in the second floor entrance above nestled in the arched alcove uniquely juxtaposed to the bowed wall below. The adjacent round fanlites accent the elevation.
This distinctive Westchester County, NY residence, circa 1910-1920, was remodeled to transform a couple of exterior porches into living spaces as well as to replace the original windows with precise high performance replicates. The replicate sash, while maintaining the original site lines and proportions, include true divided lite insulating glass.
Note the intricate Architectural Woodworking of the exterior trim package.
This contemporary South Shore, Massachusetts residence includes fullite mahogany windows
and doors with energy efficient Heat Mirror glazing. Because Heat
Mirror requires prominent perimeter seal glazing seals, it is most appropriately used in larger fullite applications. The view of the ocean is prominent too.
Bowed Sash with Bowed Glass
Triple Hung Window
Triple Hung Window
Curved Glass Window
Window Replication Greene Street, Soho District, New York
Door Pairs with Transom Windows
Door Pairs with Transom Windows - view from inside
Mahogany Oval Sash
Trademark Palladian Window in Solid Cherry
Bay Window Double-Hung