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Historic Oklahoma City Law Office Gets Wood Windows

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Project Scope

  • Type: Business
  • Industry: Trade
  • Location: Oklahoma City, OK
  • Age of Structure: 100+ years
  • Area of Structure Involved: Entire building
  • Window Materials Used: Wood

Before

Red brick exterior of OKC law office with old windows

Exterior shot of historic Oklahoma City law office

Red brick exterior of OKC law office with old windows

After

Red brick exterior of OKC law office with new double-hung windows

Exterior of historic Oklahoma City law office

Red brick exterior of OKC law office with new double-hung windows

This historic law office in Midtown OKC was in need of an energy-efficient window upgrade, but it was also important to keep the building's historical integrity in tact as we undertook this project. Due to the structure's age — 112 years at the time of the project — we anticipated some challenges from the old brick, which can only be truly assessed once you get in there and start installing.

Fortunately, this wasn't our first time working on this building — its doors had been blown out as a result of the Oklahoma City Bombing in 1995, and we replaced them shortly after. Now, the entire building is Pella.

To complete this window replacement project, we used wood double-hung and awning styles from our Lifestyle Series, as these closely resembled the look of the previous windows while also providing enhanced energy efficiency. The customer is extremely happy with this updated replacement.

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About The Author

AJ is a Broken Arrow native and graduated from Oklahoma State with a degree in Marketing. Hutcheson spent nine years in the insurance industry before joining the Pella of Oklahoma team. He and his wife, Sarah, have a son, James. In his free time, he enjoys fitness, baseball and spending time with his family. 

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