Historic hotels. Centuries-old courthouses. Landmark depots. Chances are you’ve seen Hull Millwork’s work—the award-winning millwork has been restoring, rebuilding and crafting famed, period-specific windows for over 25 years. Hull specializes in residential and commercial work, with a flair for large complex projects from steel to wood window restoration. Hull also excels at building new double-hung and casement windows to historic standards and quality. They even provide historic glass, as necessary. Learn more about our window restoration services here.
We are custom crafts people, building architectural millwork according to historic precedent. We make things the old way, using materials which last for generations. Authentic millwork, matching profiles, historic woods and old-world building methods are our stock and trade. Our double-hung windows with weights and pulleys, historic wavy glass, and furniture-quality cabinetry include the patina of the past.
From historic courthouses, train depots, and schools, to fine homes and historic ranches, Hull Millwork restores and preserves the integrity and authenticity of important traditional buildings. We have 30 years’ experience in historic preservation and unparalleled expertise in the restoration of historic millwork.
Hull Millwork is also a custom builder of new homes, legacy homes inspired by classical design. We also work on existing homes, matching the scale, proportion and detailing of older homes to sensitively add to and improve their quality. Each home evokes a narrative, capturing the spirit of place, bringing it to life and heightening its character.
Whether advising architects about historic details, consulting interior designers on classical moldings, or consulting with building owners about authentic architectural millwork, Hull Millwork works all over the world, helping clients realize their vision. Our project experience, academic training, continuing education and vast library of historic catalogs and manuals provide the basis for our design and building knowledge.