The Full Rehab

Starting at $400 per sash depending on the number of lights and condition

If you want your windows completely restored back to their former glory, we recommend “The Full Rehab”.

Below is a breakdown of the steps taken during a complete restoration process:

  • Complete a full on-site assessment to determine current sash conditions and note any major repairs
  • Pick up sashes from the client’s home and return them to the shop, where we label, photograph, inspect, and prep for “treatment”
  • Remove hardware and clean
  • Remove old glazing and glass (using steam) and prep glass for deep cleaning
  • Remove all paint back to the original wood – using steam and an infrared lamp
  • Gently hand sand all rails, stiles, and muntins and make any needed repairs
  • Complete a full wipe down with linseed oil and prime coat
  • Reinstall glass and glaze with Sarco “Type M” Glazing Putty
  • Apply two coats of final finish paint as approved by the client
  • Full Mechanical Rehab* is an additional fee of $250 per window

(*please see “Full Mechanical Rehab” for details)

Note: A complete window restoration is a highly detailed process and depending on the number of sashes can take 8-10 weeks depending on sash conditions

  • Additional Services:
  • Board-up Windows
  • Hardware Restoration
  • Weatherization/Weatherstripping

Onsite Rehab

Starting at $300 per sash depending on the number of lights and sash condition

  • Set up mobile shop at your home
  • Remove sashes from the window frame
  • Remove as much old glazing as possible
  • Scrape off as much old paint as possible
  • Hand sand interior and exterior sides of sashes
  • Reglaze panes with Sarco Type M glazing putty
  • Full Mechanical Rehab* is an additional fee of $250 per window

*Replacement of any broken panes will be an additional fee. Painting is an additional $100 per sash

Full Mechanical Rehab

$250 per window

  • Remove Window Stop
  • Remove Lower Sash From Frame
  • Remove Parting Bead and Replace if Necessary
  • Remove Upper Sash From Frame
  • Open Pocket Door To Gain Access To Weights
  • Remove All Weights and Replace Rope Cords
  • Square-Up Sashes
  • Service Pulleys so They Operate Smoothly
  • Remove Paint From Locks and Lifts

Glass Replacement

Starting at $150 plus the cost of Glass

  • Remove glazing
  • Take out existing glass
  • Place the new glass in the opening
  • Install glazing points
  • Reglaze with Sarco Type M Glazing Putty
  • Use dust compound to remove excess glazing

The Mini-Rehab

Starting at $200 per sash

  • “Un-Stuck” any painted shut sashes
  • Lightly scrape sashes
  • Remove any loose paint
  • Patch any missing glazing putty
  • Full Mechanical Rehab* is an additional fee of $250 per window

(*please see “Full Mechanical Rehab” for details)

*Fee is based upon the number of lights per sash.  Fee does not include Broken Glass Replacement, Any major sash repairs and does not include any painting.

Full Reglaze

Starting at $200 per sash

  • Remove all existing glaze
  • Apply new Sarco Type M Glazing putty
  • Use dust compound to remove excess oil from the glaze

Spot Glazing

Starting at $150 per sash

  • Remove only the loose glaze
  • Apply new Sarco Type M Glazing putty in open areas
  • Use dust compound to remove excess glaze

*Pricing depends on the size of the sash and number of lights that need new glazing putty

Frame Rehab

Starting at $250 per window Frame

  • Scrape all paint using Lead-Safe Process and containment
  • Repair minor rotting arears with Abatron Liquid Wood and Wood Epox
  • Replace Sections with high quality wood where needed
  • Hand Sand Frame to Prepare for Primer
  • Prime Frame with oil based primer
  • Lightly sand primer in preparation for new paint
  • Paint frame with two coats in client approved color

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