WINDOWS

By using time tested woodworking materials and methods of construction (which are no longer used by large manufacturers) we are able to provide virtually any style and size of window. Your needs can be accommodated on projects that range from providing additional millwork that matches existing, to larger projects in historic commercial buildings.

Unusual window designs such as very large double hung, inswinging casement, hopper style, large awning style, central pivot, various shapes and muntin patterns, historic storm sash, and bent glass are all within our capabilities.

Either complete units or individual sashes can be provided. These can all be produced in any size or shape – with any traditional glazing or modern glass – in true divided lites or simulated divided – in any thickness beginning at 1 1/8” inches. Again, your choices in unit design are unlimited – any jamb depth, sill profiles, and exterior trim requirements can be met.

Please click on the link below to view galleries of examples of some of the work we have produced. We are by no means limited to what you see in these galleries – creative designs that will afford us the opportunity to craft a unique product for the inventive mind are welcomed!

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Bowed Windows
Historic Balances
Curved Top Windows
Rectangular Windows
Transoms
  • Bent glass bow 2
  • Elliptical transom oriole
  • 120 inches tall arched double hung
  • Historic Tape Balances
  • Glazing a Bow
  • tdl Insulated 3 Piece Bow, Flat Glass
  • Beechwood Bow
  • Peacock Transoms
  • Elliptical Tops
  • Typical New Unit, True Divided
  • True divided Lites, Different Glass
  • Traditional French Style Outswing Casement
  • tdl Colored Glass
  • tdl Casements and Stationary
  • South Side Market house New Against Old
  • Roup House
  • Oriole Style Double Hung
  • Leaded and Insulating Glass, French Style Casements
  • Howe House
  • History Center
  • Fort Pitt btg Muntins
  • Cedar Street
  • 20th Street
  • 9 Lite Stationary
  • 6 over 6 Double Hungs, Stationary Center, tdl
  • Market House 90 x 90 inch Asymmetrical Arch Top Double Hungs
  • Waynesburg College old Next to New
  • Sash and Tracks in Existing Jamb
  • Triple Circle Top
  • Peacock Pattern Transom
  • Liverpool Row
  • Lighthouse Arches and Circle Tops
  • Half Circle Transom Single Glazed True Divided Spider Web
  • Firehouse Circle and Round Shoulder Tops
  • E. Ohio Arch, Circle Tops, Circle Sash Retrofits
  • Allegheny Cemetery Gothic Peaked Double Hung Windows
  • 18 x 9′ Circles, Center Pivot Open
  • Handlebar Window, Center Outswing
  • E. Ohio Arches Retrofits
  • East Carson St. Circle Tops
  • Cultural District Downtown
  • Beechwood all tdl
  • Circle Top Mud Room Enclosure
  • H Guest House
  • Large Double Hungs with Circle Top Stationary Transom
  • Liberty Avenue
  • Linden Double Hung Retrofit
  • Millvale
  • Murray Hill Fancy Bay
  • The Stables
  • Waynesburg College
  • 2 over 2 Circle Tops and Round Shoulder Tops
  • 2 over 2 double Hungs, Circle Top tdls
  • 8×8′ French Doors
  • 9 Lite Circle
  • 60 x 120 inch Double Hungs
  • 125 inch tall Gothic Peak
  • 154 inches tall Quattrofoil
  • arched top retrofits
  • Butler St. Arches and Circles