19th Century Stone building window

This 19th century building in Easton,PA required a total replacement of the

rotten window sill. The ends of both of the wooden casement windows were

also rotted as well as the rails that support them.

19th century stone building window

wood rot damage on 19th century building

wood casement with rot removed

After the rot is removed and the wood stabilized

finished 10ft wooden sill ready to set in place

Finished 10ft wooden sill ready to set in place.

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  • Testimonials

    “I had a sensitive issue with a large picture window on my turn of the century farm house. Over the years, dry rot and carpenter ants destroyed the framework supporting the window. Mike was able to support the window without removing it, rebuild the framework and insulate the space, and then replace the aluminum siding. It looks great!”
    -- Roger Blease, Washington Township PA