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Windows for 1920s Spanish Revival

wolfgang80
6 years ago

The windows on our 1920s Spanish home need replacement. Most are not original and aren't worth keeping. The windows that may be original are beyond salvageable. All of the windows are either single or double casements with one lite over three lites in each sash.
We've looked at Marvin and Kolbe displays in window stores and aren't convinced that they will achieve the period look we are after. We do not have a steel window budget but do like the narrow rails and stiles. In contrast, the Marvins and Kolbes look so bulky and a little plasticky.
We are in Southern California. We are in the process of getting a Title 24 waiver, so that may not be an issue for us.
Do you have any suggestions for window makers for a 1920s house? Is there a custom window maker in Southern California that you can recommend?
Thank you for your advice.

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