Over at HouseinProgress they’ve documented the window restoration of their 1914 Bungalow and pulled together a great matrix for determining if you should restore or replace your wood windows. Their post may have inspired an article from the Chicago Tribune that similarly advocates the path to wood window restoration for economic, environmental, and quality reasons.
For more details on restoring your wood windows, check out this article from OldHouseWeb.
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