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Old Windows Made Easy

Old Windows Made Easy

Old Windows Made Easy

If your original wood windows are leaky, rotted, or painted shut you don't need to spend thousands of dollars for replacement windows that will wear out in just a few years. You can restore them yourself and this book will show you how. 

This step-by-step guide to window restoration is written by Scott Sidler, the author of the popular old house blog, The Craftsman Blog.  He is also the owner of Austin Home Restorations, a historic home restoration company in Orlando, Florida.  Scott’s company has restored thousands of wood windows and the contents of this book is the process that they use.

This 75-page book includes full-color, picture-filled tutorials detailing exactly what to do from start to finish. It includes the best practices and pro tips to do the job the right way the first time.  The whole process is broken down into bite size pieces and described in a simple way that makes sense to ordinary homeowners, not just preservation professionals.



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Old Windows Made Easy

If your original wood windows are leaky, rotted, or painted shut you don't need to spend thousands of dollars for replacement windows that will wear out in just a few years. You can restore them yourself and this book will show you how. 

This step-by-step guide to window restoration is written by Scott Sidler, the author of the popular old house blog, The Craftsman Blog.  He is also the owner of Austin Home Restorations, a historic home restoration company in Orlando, Florida.  Scott’s company has restored thousands of wood windows and the contents of this book is the process that they use.

This 75-page book includes full-color, picture-filled tutorials detailing exactly what to do from start to finish. It includes the best practices and pro tips to do the job the right way the first time.  The whole process is broken down into bite size pieces and described in a simple way that makes sense to ordinary homeowners, not just preservation professionals.