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.
Hull Millwork specializes in historic wood windows that match historic profiles and building traditions. The 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. Historic glass, either salvaged or restoration glass is chosen to match historic periods.
Hull also restores existing historic windows both wood and steel. We can rebuild parts, restore existing true-divided light windows with historic glass and historic glazing. Steel windows can be stripped, cleaned and new parts fabricated to match any design. Wood windows can be any design both casement and double hung. We have restored thousands of windows around the country from small homes to schools with over 1,000 windows.
In addition to restoration work, Hull Millwork makes new windows which replicate the old with modern upgraded energy efficiency and operability.