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Home How to Restore a Historic Wood Window

In part 2 of our two-video series about window restoration, Brent goes step by step through the process of getting a historic wood window working again.

Steps include: taking out interior shutters, removing the upper and lower sash, repair sash cords, weight pocket work, weatherstripping, cutting glass and putty glazing and reinstallation.

Want to know how to restore a double-hung window, watch this and find out? Also, the step-by-step work to get your historic windows working again.

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