Learning About Historical Window Replacement and Materials

Learning About Historical Window Replacement and Materials

  • How Do You Protect Your Windows From Hurricane Damage?

    If you live in an area that is hurricane-prone, you're likely familiar with the damage that can be done by the strong wind and rain that they create. You'll need to take action to protect your home, which typically means reinforcing your windows. Projectile damage is very common, and the weakest link of your home is going to be your windows since an object can easily fly through the glass. Here are some things that you should know about various types of window protection to make your home more secure during a hurricane.

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Learning About Historical Window Replacement and Materials

Hello, my name is Valencia. Welcome to my website about windows. I want to share information about sourcing period-specific windows for your historical home. In many locations, historical societies will only issue renovation permits once the homeowner proves the materials are accurate to the build date of that structure. The windows must look and function exactly as they would new in that historical time period. My site will contain information about ordering, installing and maintaining these windows. I hope you will use the information on my site to keep your historical home in great shape through the decades. Thanks for visiting.

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