Window Replacement for A Historical Match to Current Windows

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Project Scope

  • Type: Home/Residence
  • Industry: Retail
  • Location: Columbus, OH
  • Area of Structure Involved: Windows on second floor
  • Window Materials Used: Curved top casement windows with grilles

Before

Window Replacement of historic house

Window Replacement of historic house

After

Window replacement of historic house

The homeowners had the unique request to match the historic windows of this Columbus, OH home. The customers needed to replace the windows on the second floor but wanted to keep the historic look present on the windows on the first floor. For this project the team used wood casement windows with curved tops and Integral Light Technology® (ILT) grilles. ILT grilles give the look of individual glass panes to accurately match historic detail. It creates the most authentic look of true-divided-light windows. The new windows improved the functionality while maintaing the original look of the house.

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Jeff Dim

About The Author

Jeff Dim is the Retail Replacement Segment Manager of Gunton Corporation, the largest distributor of Pella Windows & Doors in the country. He has over 12 years of industry experience in the window replacement market. Jeff leads of team of over 20 replacement sales representatives in the Ohio territory. His greatest strengths include delivering on the customer commitments and experience, empathy, drive and leadership. Jeff lives in the Cleveland area with his wife and two adult children.

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