Restoration Works, Inc.

The premier company nationwide for historic Window, Door, and Architectural Element restoration and preservation

Restoration Works Inc. maintains a spacious "State of the Art" restoration facility set up to easily handle large scale projects as well as smaller ones.  Our labeling, documenting, and tracking processes allow us to control projects and deliver them on time.  The work flows from station to station, which are all set up with appropriate equipment for historic work, implementing the latest cutting edge technology where possible.  We have exceptional craftspeople, eight of whom have been restoring historic material for over sixteen years, and six for over ten years.


Our restoration process maximizes the life of the window or door we are working on.  Each item is assessed at each stage for weaknesses or flaws.  Our restoration process gives the window or door everything it needs to bring it back to its original condition and then some.  We use high performance paints, sealants, glass, weatherstripping, and glazing materials.  There is nothing but quality that goes into our restored windows.


In addition, our restoration process incorporates many green practices.  We believe in not only saving historic materials, but also, in our own small way, saving the environment as much as possible.

Restoration Works Inc.


Is Proud to Announce Our


Green Restoration Techniques


The #1 Window Restoration Company in America for 

Pursuing Green Practices 


Our Green Restoration Practices Include:



A new high-tech, non-chemical stripping station for wood stripping equipped with a state-

of-the-art HEPA air scrubber


Two high-tech blast cabinets that recycle blast media for steel windows and hardware restoration


A milling area that collects sawdust and shavings, and recycles these by-products to farmers

An epoxy and sanding area that uses the Festool Clean Tech Tool System for 99% dust extraction


A sanding booth with downdraft air flow technology


A special glass dumpster that all replaced glass is recycled in


A masking area that uses recycled paper to prepare windows for painting


A spray paint booth properly equipped to meet environmental standards and low VOC paints


Energy efficient shop lighting including bulbs, ballasts, and reflectors


All recyclable materials are recycled, from old metal weatherstripping, to old storm

windows, to papers from our offices


All trash is separated and recycled


All asbestos and lead based paint is properly handled and disposed of by a licensed hauler

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Restoration Facility

30,000 Square Feet