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 more than 25 years. See our wood and steel window restoration projects here.
Hull Millwork specializes in residential and commercial work, with a flair for large complex projects. Hull excels at building new double-hung and casement windows to historic standards and quality. If necessary, historic glass, either salvaged or restoration glass is chosen to match historic periods. View our gallery of window restoration projects here.
Our windows are built to last 100 years, as they copy historic standards passed down from previous generations. We use only long-lasting woods and still putty glaze our windows. Double hung windows are built with historic pulleys and sash weights. Casement windows include historic inswing casement windows based on either French, English or American designs. Read Brent’s blog on window restoration vs. replacement.
The task of maintaining and preserving historic windows is often one of the biggest challenges preservation officers and landmark commissions face. And homeowners can feel overwhelmed with how to actually maintain or repair their windows. Hull Millwork can help your through this process. Click here to learn more about our Window Restoration Workshops.
Brent Hull loves sharing his knowledge of design, construction methods; historic restoration and renovation; architectural millwork and architectural history through his educational blogs.
Brent Hull is an author, magazine columnist, teacher, blogger, consultant and expert on historic architectural millwork. He lectures widely on a variety of topics including window restoration.
Brent’s work and presentations have been featured in Traditional Building, and at the Traditional Building Conference, Fine Home Building Summit, The Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, and more.