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Leeds Clark Inc. believes inspection of the historic windows and its materials is vital in developing a window restoration plan. Condition assessment of the windows helps the architect and building owner/s establish needs, offer realistic solutions and specifications, then develop a plan and budget to determine feasibility of the proposed window restoration. Leeds Clark has completed hundreds of window restoration projects across the country throughout 30 plus years in business. Learning from each and every window restoration project, Tom Clark has developed and tested window restoration methodologies based on material type: wood, steel, galvanized & hollow metal.

Following the Secretary of the Interior's "Standards for Rehabilitation", Leeds Clark has developed a turn-key window restoration service based on tested and proven methodologies and restoration products. Tom Clark has worked close over the years with the National Park Service on window preservation techniques and has met on several occasions with John H. Myers, author Preservation Brief 9, to discuss the repair of historic wood and steel windows. Below is the prefered methodology/specifications Leeds Clark incorporates, along with educational information from the National Park Service on the repair and thermal upgrading of historic wood and steel windows.


Wood Window Restoration

 

 

 

 

 

 


Steel, Galvanized, & Hollow Metal
Window Restoration

 

 



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Preservation Brief 9
The Repair of Historic Wood Windows
National Park Service
John H. Myers

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Preservation Brief 13
The Repair and Thermal Upgrading
of Historic Steel Windows
National Park Service
Sharon C. Park, AIA

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Tom Clark is very passionate and straightforward in his approach to historic window restoration and is confident that no other firm will rate as high in timely completion and within budget, while providing the craftsmanship expected in historic preservation. Leeds Clark has assembled an experienced and skilled staff with expertise in all areas of historic window restoration, including carpentry, milling, interior/
exterior finishes, weatherization, and installation. Please feel free contacting Leeds Clark with any questions you may have concerning historic windows, and we hope the rest of the website is both helpful and educational.