From understanding historic construction techniques to keeping the design details accurate, historic window replacements require extra attention and care.
Retrofitting historic storm-resistant windows is not a straightforward project. Not only do you have to ensure you’re getting the window design and fit just right, but you also need to consider performance, window integrity and durability.
Selecting commercial replacement windows requires a bit of knowledge. From building codes and LEED credits to energy efficiency and durability, there are many requirements for commercial replacement windows.
Most architects and installers have heard of hurricane windows, as they’re a popular window option for commercial buildings. However, not all hurricane-rated windows are created equally.
Changing windows in a historic building requires a deep understanding of historic construction techniques and an eye for design detail accuracy.