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MASTER CRAFTSMAN
Southside Workshop Inc.

Southside Workshop Inc.'s Master Craftsman, Nathan Shellkopf, is a fourth-generation woodworker having his craft passed down to him from his great-grandfather. Over the past 20 years, Nate has amassed a highly specialized collection of skills, which he applies daily in overseeing the production of beautifully crafted pieces of custom furniture, millwork and historic doors. When it comes to historic door reproductions, Nate is the ultimate expert. Clients appreciate his extensive knowledge of period architecture details and wood properties.

ARCHITECTURAL
RESTORATION
R. J. Doerr Company, LLC

R. J. Doerr Company, LLC specializes in architectural restoration, renovation and repair to old and historic structures, and related design build services.
R. J. Doerr Company, LLC has been serving the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania, Bucks County, Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey for over 20 years.

VIINTAGE SALVAGE
BUSINESS FOR SALE
ND MillWerk Salvage and Sales

They don't make things the way they used to, but you can find the things they used to make at ND MillWerk Salvage and Sales. We have made it our mission to keep vintage pieces circa 1890-1935 alive and well. As our 20th year in business approaches, we have decided to make ND MillWerk available for sale to the right buyer.

Serious inquiries may be made to Nelda Werkmeister at 712.949.9375

ARCHAEOLOGISTS

Quality Services, Inc.'s President & Principal Investigator, Lance Rom has a Bachelor of Art with double majors in anthropology and geology and a Master of Art in public archeology/anthropology. He has been principal investigator for more than 35 years on over 2,500 previous projects, many of which were in steep, mountainous, or other remote terrain. He managed the Black Hills National Forest’s cultural resources programs in both South Dakota and Wyoming for more than thirteen years between 1984 and 1998. He also managed the Nebraska National Forest’s cultural resources programs and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service’s cultural resources programs in North and South Dakota for several years. Lance has experience managing all types of cultural resources projects and program budgets in excess of $1,600,000.00 per year, and with over 70 staff members.

RECLAIMED
WIDE PLANK
Bingham Lumber, Inc.

The story of Antique wood is steeped in history and tradition. Reclaimed timbers that once supported textile mills, barns, distilleries, and rural dwellings are recreated by skilled craftsman. These very same timbers appear in today's home design to witness the celebrations of daily life, adding another chapter to the story. Bingham Lumber, Inc. works with salvage professionals throughout the United States. Our relationship with these companies allows Bingham Lumber, Inc. to reclaim timbers out of buildings that would otherwise be lost. These recycled timbers are brought directly to our Brookline, New Hampshire facility, where they are inspected and catalogued keeping the past history intact.

CONSERVATION
Page Conservation, Inc.

Conserving a painting is a rather complicated undertaking, requiring considerable skill on the part of the conservator and great trust on the part of the owner. Understandably, most owners want to learn about the process of conservation and what it means for their treasured artworks. For this reason, we at Page Conservation, Inc. approach the whole process in a series of steps that allow our potential clients to become well informed before they permit us to begin conservation treatment of their paintings.

TIMBER FRAMES
Southern Timberwrights

Alabama based Southern Timberwrights specializes in traditional English joinery. We believe in Old World craftsmanship, and the importance of maintaing our architectural heritage. These principles are evident in the quality and design of our frames. We offer custom design work as well as a willingness to work with your plans or with your architect.

BARNWOOD &
BEAMS
Conklin's Barnwood & Beams

No modern technology comes close to matching the color and quality of aged wood. Whether used for flooring, walls, wainscoting or making furniture, Conklin's Barnwood & Beams' aged wood will bring back memories of days gone by.

CLASSICAL ORDER
COLUMNS
Fagan Design & Fabrication, Inc.

Turning wooden columns since 1987, Fagan Design & Fabrication, Inc. is an essential resource for historic preservation, restoration and period construction. Our true niche products cannot be found as stock items. Simply provide us with a drawing or a sample of your desired column or turning. We have the experience and expertise to complete your project on time and within budget.

HISTORIC BUILDING
RESTORATION
Architectural Reclamation, Inc.

For over 30 years, Architectural Reclamation, Inc. has offered a wide range of historic building restoration services, primarily in the Miami Valley of Southwestern Ohio. Our specialty is finding sensitive, responsible and creative solutions to the many problems that arise in adapting old buildings to modern uses, while preserving the unique character and craftsmanship of each historic structure.

CUSTOM CASTINGS
Alloy Casting

Historic restoration projects present unique challenges in trying to source designs to match original ornamental metal elements. Alloy Casting is equipped to duplicate antique or hard-to-find castings and can provide quantities as low as a single piece. Whether making a direct copy of an existing casting, or carving a new master pattern, we can help you finish your historic restoration with the parts you need.

RECLAIMED
ANTIQUE
FLOORING
Old Wood Workshop

Old Wood Workshop, based in Pomfret Center, Connecticut, offers salvaged antique flooring, resawn or remilled antique flooring, wide board flooring and vintage recycled building materials in chestnut, oak and pine. Some of the original surface floors we sell were hand-planed and foot-worn over hundreds of years and are smooth enough to install and walk on without sanding.

PRESERVING
ARCHITECTURAL
HISTORY
Demolition Depot

The Demolition Depot is a unique source of vintage plumbing fixtures, doors, windows, shutters, railings, gates, grills, mantels, stone and terracotta pieces, religious objects and so much more. Our fixtures are geared towards the re-creation and renovation of period places. Preserving our architectural history has led us to reclaim building elements at an unprecedented scale.

VINTAGE
LIGHTING
Revival Lighting

Revival Lighting is home to one of the largest selections of restored vintage lighting fixtures in the Inland Northwest.

REVIVIAL LIGHTING
Traditional Builders, Inc.

Traditional Builders, Inc. based in Annapolis, Maryland, is comprised of restoration craftsmen dedicated to the preservation of our historic architecture. We offer the knowledge and experience to reproduce and repair the elements that compose this architectural legacy. From the common barn to the plantation manor we have the expertise to preserve or reproduce the structure in its entirety.

ENTIRELY
HANDMADE
Period Lighting Fixtures, Inc.

All of Period Lighting Fixtures, Inc.'s fixtures are entirely handmade, from the drip on the wax coated candle covers to the hand forged suspension hook that conceals the wire. The fixtures are made with many of the same hand tools of the original craftsmen who were intent upon investing their skills and artistry in a product whose quality approaches the outer limits of commercial practicality.

ARCHITECTURAL
ELEMENTS
Artefact

Artefact was established in 1987 by three architects seeking to create an environment where architectural elements and artifacts from the past could be uniquely displayed and purchased. We are conveniently located between Philadelphia and New York City in beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Our store is open to the public and situated in an 18th century stone barn with a half acre of formal gardens.

ARCHITECTURE &
CONSERVATION
Strosser Architecture & Conservation

Strosser Architecture & Conservation is a full-service architectural firm dedicated to the preservation of our region's cultural and natural resources. Strosser Architecture & Conservation projects blend traditional forms, materials, and time-tested building practices with the latest in computer-aided design tools, building information modeling (BIM), and sustainable technologies.

ALTERED ANTIQUES
Olde Good Things

Olde Good Things specializes in Altered Antiques. Our salvage team collects an assortment of reclaimed materials and repurposes them into useful or purely aesthetic items. Our most popular ranges include our famous tin mirrors and panels, furniture and shelving and lighting pieces.

PERIOD LIGHTING
Deep Landing Workshop

Deep Landing Workshop, based in Chestertown, Maryland, offers an extensive collection of classic period lighting fixtures, and specializes in custom work.

HISTORIC
TAX CREDITS
Ogee

Ogee, a full-service historic preservation consulting firm based in Austin, Texas, will guide you and your design team through each step of the process of securing state and federal historic tax credits. No project is too small for us. Please visit our blog for more information about historic tax credits.

PRESERVATION
ARCHITECTURE
Stroh Architecture, Inc.

Stroh Architecture, Inc. originated in 1987 and has been based in Prescott, Arizona since 1992. Principal Architect Douglas Stroh offers 40 years of professional experience. The firm has an extensive portfolio of commercial design and has significant Historic Preservation / Adaptive Reuse experience that has garnered design awards for its accomplishments.

CULTURAL
RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT
PAL

The Public Archaeology Laboratory (PAL),is a leading New England cultural resource management (CRM) firm. We offer services in the fields of archaeology and historic architectural survey, cemetery investigations, expert testimony, section 106, HABS/HAER, and state level documentation.

The Copper House
(Copper Lighting)
1747 Dover Road / Rte. 4
Epsom, NH 03234
800.281.9798
The Copper House
The Copper House

Celebrating over 40 years in business, we welcome you to The Copperhouse, THE source for indoor and outdoor brass and copper lighting, and weathervanes, too! All lanterns are made in New Hampshire by American Craftsmen using solid brass and copper. All fixtures are UL Listed. We thank you for the positive comments we've received about our website over the years and after listening to you, have totally redesigned our site to make shopping our catalog much easier and enjoyable. Remember, for our Internet customers, our online prices reflect a 15% discount off of our regular prices, as well as FREE SHIPPING* to the continental U.S.!!! No sales tax in NH can save you even more! Also remember, most of our products can be customized with different bulb configurations and finishes, so if you don't see exactly what you're looking for, please contact us! Our easy check out system features 128 bit security so your online orders are secure! Enjoy your visit!

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Vixen Hill Mfg. Co.
(Traditional Shutters)
69 E. Main St.
Elverson, PA, 19520 610.286.0909
Vixen Hill Mfg. Co.
Vixen Hill Mfg. Co.

Inspired by the beauty and history of their native Pennsylvania countryside, a team of engineers and craftsmen with an uncommon concern for quality has produced a very special line of pre-engineered cedar wood products. Of stirring beauty and sophistication, these creations have captured critical acclaim of design professionals worldwide. They include modular Gazebos, Garden Houses, Pavilions and Porch Systems designed for simple one day assembly. Vixen Hill additionally manufactures Shutters and assorted Shutter Hardware. Vixen Hill products combine classic design and cabinetmaker joinery with computer-aided engineering, enabling our products to exceed the requirements of National Building Codes. More than 20 years of careful refinement have blended art and technology into products unsurpassed in quality and detail. Our commitment continues as we encourage customer comments and recommendations for product improvement.

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26 North Leverett Road
Montague, MA 01351
413.367.9441
Architectural Components Inc.
Architectural Components Inc.

For more than 30 years Architectural Components Inc. has specialized in building reproduction and custom wood windows, sash, doors, doorways, and architectural woodwork for hundreds of residential, commercial and institutional restoration and reproduction projects throughout the Northeast and Mid Atlantic. In addition to museum-quality reproductions, we also make energy-efficient true divided-light windows with insulated glass and muntins as narrow as 7/8-inch. Blending traditional detailing and joinery with modern technology, our 18th, 19th and early 20th century windows, doors and doorways have been approved by numerous historic commissions.

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167 River Road Clarksburg, MA 01247 413.664.7141
Period Lighting Fixtures, Inc.
Period Lighting Fixtures, Inc.

Period Lighting Fixtures, Inc. was founded in 1974. The company's ongoing search for early lighting designs has included visits to the Smithsonian Institute, the Historic American Buildings Survey, the index of American Design in Washington, DC, and many other national museums and historic landmarks. We have a unique relationship with many historic museums and historic preservation societies. Period Lighting Fixtures' designs are faithful reproductions and always pleasing to the eye. They are free of the awkwardness so prevalent in most other reproductions. In all cases, the fixtures have been made to look old. Through special techniques, the various finishes will appear exactly as an original, indistinguishable from antiques two hundred years old or more. We have found that once the decision is made to place our fixtures in the proper setting in your home, it will remain a permanent part of you and will not yield to disillusionment, boredom, or change.

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Hardware of the Past
(Reproduction Hardware)
405 N Main Street
Saint Charles, MO 63301
800.447.9974
Hardware of the Past
Hardware of the Past

Welcome to Hardware of the Past for the present and the future. We offer an extensive line of antique reproduction hardware and refinishing supplies for the restoration of antique furniture. We can also help you restore Hoosier cabinets, trunks, and wicker. Missing a brass drawer pull on your grandmother’s dresser? Check out our selections in the Furniture Hardware Department. Need a flour bin for that great Hoosier cabinet you found at the local thrift store? Go to our Kitchen Cabinet Hardware Department. Want to restore your world traveling great aunt’s antique steamer trunk to its original glory? Book on over to our Trunk Hardware Department. Did you throw a party and the next morning find scratches on your favorite accent table? Click on Scratch Removers in our Restoration Aids Department. Does that old kitchen table need a new surface? Our Wood Department has natural wood veneers for any surface. Visit our website for much, much more!

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E.T. Moore
Manufacturing, Inc.

(Heart of Pine Specialist)
3100 N Hopkins Rd. #101
Richmond, VA 23224
804.231.1823
E.T. Moore Manufacturing, Inc.
E.T. Moore Manufacturing, Inc.

Why choose E.T. Moore? Our customers, some we have supplied with beautiful Heart Pine Flooring and reclaimed antique wood for decades, know that we care about two things: the wood, and our client. A family owned and operated business, we are the largest and oldest supplier of heart pine and reclaimed fine woods in the United States, because of our attention to detail and attention to the customer. Whether your project is residential or commercial, please contact us at any time if you have any questions about our reclaimed lumber, heart of pine, or rare wood supplies, its uses, or if you would like a personal tour of our showroom.

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Talisman Construction
Services, Inc.

(Restoration Contractor)
PO Box 6189
Spokane, WA 99217
509.487.1292
Talisman Construction Services, Inc.
Talisman Construction Services, Inc.

Established in 1996, Talisman Construction Services, Inc. is a specialty general contractor providing turnkey demolition and restoration services and products to general contractors, architects, engineers and commercial, institutional and industrial project owners. We provide selective and structural demolition services including saw cutting, waste segregation and disposal, recycling, salvage and shoring to a variety of contractors and owners throughout the Pacific Northwest. Our restoration division has worked on some of the most historic and high profile buildings in the Spokane area and our resume includes concrete and masonry restoration projects in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Talisman Construction Services, Inc. provides superior service and products to customers by combining the latest technologies and work practices with stringent safety and quality control programs. Our field personnel are conscientious, detail oriented and dedicated to performing the work in a safe and professional manner.

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US-BES & US-CES
(Architects / Design-Build)
110 S Washington St.
Hinsdale, IL 60521
630.842.5551
US-BES & US-CES
US-BES & US-CES

US-BES and US-CES is a design-build company responsive to the critical demand for structural investigation and sustainable repair design solutions to restore America’s aging infrastructural stock.We collaborate with designers, architects, and engineers for the optimum design solutions for our clients. US-BES & US-CES was founded by Frank V. Gonzalez, a licensed architect in Illinois, New York, and Florida. With 30 years of architectural and construction experience, Frank has performed proficiently in a wide variety of architectural disciplines and has become a sought after architectural consultant for landmark renovations and high performance building energy projects. He is a commissioner of the Hinsdale Preservation Commission, a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), Association of Licensed Architects (ALA), and a Green Globes Professional (GGP).

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18574 Pacific Hwy
Oregon City, OR 97045
888.317.7584
Chosen Wood Window Maintenance, Inc.
Chosen Wood Window Maintenance, Inc.

Chosen Wood Window Maintenance, Inc. is a premier wood window contractor that can repair, update, restore, and build your wood windows at a fraction of the cost of complete window replacement. We specialize in vintage and historical windows. When it comes to wood (and now steel) windows in old buildings, we believe restoring and updating is second to none. Preserving the old windows will maintain the character of the structure and it will collect greater value for the money. We offer a wide variety of services such as glass replacement, wood damage repair, dry rot, inoperable sash repair, historical preservation and much more. We have solutions for all your wood (and steel) window needs. We work closely with architects to give you the best value on your project. Quality is never sacrificed. We come prepared with the workforce, training and equipment to meet your schedule and meet or exceed the specifications of your project. Our diverse project history has given us skills and knowledge for working in many job environments.

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Southside Workshop Inc.
(Brownstone Doors)
169 54th Street, Unit #12
Brooklyn, NY 11220
718.832.1058
Southside Workshop Inc.
Southside Workshop Inc.

Southside Workshop Inc. is a Brooklyn-based family owned and operated custom woodworking shop, space where we create, collaborate and innovate. . Our services include custom luxury residential and commercial cabinetry and architectural millwork, reproduction of historic brownstone doors, and tap handles for the beverage industry. We love working with wood! Its smell and feel excites us and we’re grateful to work with this medium daily. Wood has shaped our living and working environments for generations and it continues to bring beauty and order to our homes and workplaces today. We take great pride in shaping today’s environments by making your design conceptss turn into reality, whether it’s a welcoming historic doorway, elegant interior millwork, and furniture or customized tap handle to represent your craft brand. Each finished item is masterfully crafted with care and detail in our workshop. Master Crafstman Nathan Shellkopf is a fourth-generation woodworker having his craft passed down to him from his great-grandfather. Over the past 20 years, Nate has amassed a highly specialized collection of skills, which he applies daily in overseeing the production of beautifully crafted pieces of custom furniture, millwork and historic doors. When it comes to historic door reproductions, Nate is the ultimate expert. Clients appreciate his extensive knowledge of period architecture details and wood properties.

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PO Box 96
Whitehouse, NJ 08888
908.534.1732
Fimbel Architectural Door Specialties
Fimbel Architectural Door Specialties

Nearly a century ago in 1924, our family began making garage doors and became a major pioneer in the overhead garage door industry. Today our fourth generation is continuing the efforts started so long ago. In order to maintain our reputation and family pride, Fimbel Architectural Door Specialtes strives to stay ahead of the market and develop innovative products of the highest quality. Meticulous and passionate research and development has resulted in the highest quality vinyl carriage style garage doors available on the market today. With the exception of our American Legends series, Fimbel Architectural Door Specialties' vinyl garage doors are made using our exclusive Vinyl Composite Technology (VCT) production methods. Since they are not made on a metal frame, they will not rust. Additionally, they will not rot, split, or check like a wood door. Our VCT vinyl carriage house doors are just as at home in harsh coastal environments as anywhere else. With a variety of finishing options available, you can achieve the high end look you've always wanted with little to no maintenance.

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Rangewood
Reclaimers, LLC

(Authentic Vintage Wood)
Albuquerque
New Mexico
575.914.2274
Rangewood Reclaimers, LLC
Rangewood Reclaimers, LLC

At Rangewood Reaclaimers, our business is based on the principles of dismantling and reclaiming old woods. Rangewood Reclaimers is dedicated to responsible business practices and procedures minimizing impact on the environment. We believe old wood that is saved from destruction, kept out of our landfills, and given a second chance to be reused, repurposed, restored, recycled, salvaged or reclaimed, encourages sustainability of our environment and defines our business. The places we have gone, and will go, the people we have met and will meet, the stories told and the stories heard...this is what makes what we do our passion. Join us on our journey by contacting us today!

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Shuttercraft, Inc.
(Authentic Wood Shutters)
15 Orchard Park
Madison, CT 06443
203.245.2608
Shuttercraft, Inc.
Shuttercraft, Inc.

Shuttercraft, Inc. interior and exterior quality wood shutters are made in the USA, and still the most shutter for your money...unifinished, primed, or fully painted. Family owned for over 20 years, Shuttercraft, Inc. offers colonial craftsmanship at affordable pricing. Shuttercraft, Inc.'s wood shutters feature mortise and tenon construction, and are available in authentic traditional styles and all sizes. Shuttercraft, Inc. specializes in reproduction and custom shutters made to order. Matching historic or existing shutters? Click Here for our PDF measuring guide! Shuttercraft, Inc. shutters are shipped/delivered nationwide.

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Tremont Nail
(Authentic Steel Cut Nails)
457 School Street
Mansfield, MA 02048
800.835.0121
Tremont Nail
Tremont Nail

As America's oldest nail manufacturer, Tremont Nail is in a position to offer the older patterns of cut nails appropriate to the period of restoration being undertaken. In addition to a variety of styles of nails, Tremont Nail can provide information to help the restorer in determining the authenticity of a project. Cut nails possess great durability. They are hard to pull out because the shape causes the wood fibers to push downward and wedge against the nails, thus greatly stengthening their holding power. Once you have used them, you will prefer them for all sorts of applications. For 200 years, Tremont Nail has achieved a reputation for skilled nail cutting that has made its product readily saleable throughout the markets of the world. Through all the changes and the hurried pace of modern industry the same product is still being produced for customers who prefer the superior holding power and durability of this time-tested nail.

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Schneider Historic
Preservation, LLC

(Preservation Consultant)
411 E. 6th Street
Anniston, AL 36207
256.310.6320
Schneider Historic Preservation, LLC
Schneider Historic Preservation, LLC

Schneider Historic Preservation, LLC provides a full range of historic preservation consulting services, specializing in the certification of projects for historic rehabilitation tax credits, National Register nominations and historic resource documentation, community preservation planning, and design review in historic districts. Mr. Schneider's professional historic preservation career spans 37 years, during which time he has successfully completed a diverse range of projects for both private and public sector clients in fifteen states and one other country. Historic preservation projects often involve the varied interests of clients, regulatory agencies, advocacy groups, and the public. Having worked extensively in both the nonprofit and for-profit sectors, Mr. Schneider is an effective advocate for his clients’ interests and is skilled at finding creative and practical solutions for complicated projects. In 2013, Mr. Schneider was engaged by the Alabama Historical Commission to assist with the preparation of regulations and procedures for the Alabama Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program. Since that time, he has represented projects involving more than $550,000,000 in proposed rehabilitation work and more than 5,000,000 square feet of building space for clients seeking to utilize state and federal historic rehabilitation tax credits in Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Tennessee.

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100 Homer Drive
Talladega, AL 35161
800.204.3858
Allen Architectural Metals, Inc.
Allen Architectural Metals, Inc.

Allen Architectural Metals, Inc. offers comprehensive support in casting and metal fabrications along with superior client services for architects, governmental agencies, high-end developers, universities, hospitals and private residences. Since 1995 Allen Architectural Metals, Inc. has evolved into a nationally recognized organization managing projects across the United States, with expertise in restoration, preservation and custom design building. Projects range from hand carved historical replications to custom laser cut design applications. With offices in Alabama and New York, Allen Architectural Metals, Inc.'s services include historic site consultation, historical replication, custom castings, master pattern making, water jet technology, custom finishing services and more.

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St. Cloud Window, Inc.
(Replication Windows)
390 Industrial Blvd.
Sauk Rapids, MN 56379
800.383.9311
St. Cloud Window, Inc.
St. Cloud Window, Inc.

From acoustical applications and historic replication, to wind, rain and impact resistance, St. Cloud Window, Inc. specializes in challenging, multi-faceted projects. Our focused expertise allows us the flexibility to successfully undertake complex, specialized projects regardless of size. Whether it's just a few windows or a towering highrise, we can bring your vision to life. St. Cloud Window's emergence as an industry leader can be traced to our unswerving commitment to quality. This key principle has guided every aspect of our operations since 1952, from research and development, to production and customer service. But the greatest evidence of this commitment is reflected in the St. Cloud Window projects themselves, in thousands of buildings across the nation. Every one is a testament to innovation, performance and value -- as well as satisfied customers.

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330 Belleville Turnpike North Arlington, NJ
201.988.1820
Historic Plaster Conservation Services Limited
Historic Plaster Conservation Services Limited

Historic Plaster Conservation Services (HPCS) was founded in 1988 to pursue opportunities in the very specific field of architectural plaster conservation. We address and repair the structural problems of fragile plaster in historic buildings. Applied as a preventive maintenance procedure, our products economically extend the safe and maintenance-free service life of historic plaster ceilings – avoiding the tragedy of collapse and the huge expense of reconstruction. In short, we preserve original plaster. Leading preservation architects and heritage consultants specify the HPCS approach in restorations where important plaster is at risk. Our goal is to work with clients who value the original building fabric for which they are responsible and who wish to retain this fabric with the lowest possible level of disruption and cost.

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Historic Doors
(Traditional Wood Doors)
PO Box 139
Kempton, PA 19529
610.756.6187
Historic Doors
Historic Doors

Historic Doors designs and fabricates custom wood doors and entryways in our Kempton, Pennsylvania shop. Our doors grace the openings of universities, churches, and homes throughout the country. Properly detailed and proportioned, they are created for both aesthetics and delight. Each custom project is engineered for function and longevity. We collaborate directly with homeowners and architects to find solutions for wooden doorways that will enhance their context. Projects range from single to multiple openings. In addition to providing doors for new construction, we can match existing doors for restoration projects. We believe an entryway is the centerpiece of a building and can be considered the keynote of its design. Historic Doors was honored to receive a Special Award for Craftsmanship in 2016 from Traditional Building Magazine.

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Horton Brasses, Inc.
(Reproduction Hardware)
49 Nooks Hill Road
Cromwell, CT 06416
800.754.9127
Horton Brasses, Inc.
Horton Brasses, Inc.

Horton Brasses, Inc. produces more than 1,000 different pieces of authentic reproduction cabinet and furniture hardware. We have been making brass hardware for 70 years and use brass, iron, and various hardwoods to make knobs, drawer pulls, hinges, shelf pegs, bed bolts, casters, hooks, and even clock finials! We use actual antique hardware for our dies and patterns, and still employ many of the same painstaking methods used by early American craftsman. Since our beginning, no compromise is allowed to affect the authenticity or quality of our hardware.Our hardware is always in stock, there is no minimum order size and we have substantial quantity discounts.

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Barton Ross
& Partners, LLC

(Preservation Architects)
503 Washington Ave 184
Chestertown, MD 21620
443.282.8884
Barton Ross & Partners LLC
Barton Ross & Partners LLC

Barton Ross & Partners, LLC is a full-service, award-winning architecture, planning and historic resources consulting firm. The multidisciplinary practice specializes in the contextual design, adaptive reuse, and expert restoration of historic buildings in the Mid-Atlantic Region. BRPA contributes countless hours of pro bono services and community service as part of our commitment to protecting our irreplaceable historic properties.Historic buildings often have unique designs, softer materials, and antiquated construction methods which may not be familiar or recognizable to an architect or builder who does not specialize in historic preservation. Hiring a preservation professional will improve quality standards, save time and money, and help protect the design integrity of your historic property.

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Meara Woodworking
(Custom Millwork)
124 Franklin Bellinger Rd
Sharon Springs, NY
518.764.3768
Meara Woodworking
Meara Woodworking

Meara Woodworking is a custom millwork company that specializes in the reproduction of period windows, doors, mouldings, cabinetry, and restoration under shop conditions. We also design and build new windows and doors. We also do historical restorations on existing windows and doors. At Meara Woodworking, we pride ourselves in bringing back to life the architectural treasures from the past.  We take the time to research the look and feel that the site once had.  We take care to reproduce the fine architectural elements in the original materials and finishes. Meara Woodworking can enhance and personalize your home or business through the addition of millwork.  Custom finishes, whether they are moldings, chair rail, paneling or built-in book shelves, will add significantly to your living experience, as well as to the value of your property.

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77 Commerce Drive
Rochester, NY 14623
585.334.1350 Ext. 302
Pullman Manufacturing Corporation
Pullman Manufacturing Corporation

For over 125 years, Pullman Manufacturing Corporation window sash balances have been the standard for double hung wood window restorations and replacements. Pullman window sash balances are the preferred solution for new and existing double-hung wood window installations and for historic renovations and restorations where the original look of the windows must be preserved. An added benefit is the ability to insulate the old lead sash weight pockets during installation when the sash is removed. Pullman replacement sash balances are the easiest way to replace sash springs or original double-hung window sash weights, chains and pulleys. Installation can be completed without removing the window sash via a mounted bracket on top of the sash. Pullman replacement sash balances are available for window sash weights between 5 and 105 pounds. To determine window sash weight, place any ordinary household or bathroom scale on the sill and lower the sash until its full weight is recorded.

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King's Chandelier Co.
(Period Lighting)
729 S. Van Buren Road
Eden, NC 27288
336.623.6188
King's Chandelier Co.
King's Chandelier Co.

When you order from King's Chandelier Co.,each piece of your crystal chandelier or sconce is hand picked, inspected, and matched by our dedicated craftsman. Your fixture is built just for you and shipped to your door. If any breakage occurs during shipping, Chandelier.com will replace the broken component pieces with no cost to you. Whether you are searching for a large, Swarovski crystal chandelier or a small, more traditional sconce, our chandelier experts are just a phone call away. We can offer advice on size and style or guide you in customization details. If you have a special request regarding ceiling mounts or shipping, just call us! Most importantly, after you receive your purchase, we are happy to talk to you about installation or maintenance - even 20 years from now.

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Therm-o-lite, LLC
(Interior Window Systems)
1330 High Street
South Bend, IN 46601
574.234.4004
Therm-o-lite, LLC
Therm-o-lite, LLC

Historic buildings often evoke a strong sense of nostalgia within a community or organization, but the old windows in these buildings can be a major source of energy loss that keeps utility bills high. Replacement windows, however, are not always an option due to factors such as window cost, architectural integrity issues and the potential loss of possible historic tax credits. Installing the Thermolite Window System by Therm-o-lite, LLC is easy, allows the existing historical windows to remain and will maintain the beauty and character of your historic building. Since 1979, Thermolite has been a leading innovator in supplemental interior window systems. We are a GSA-certified contractor and work with governmental agencies, the U.S. military, commercial renovators, hospitality facilities and historic preservation projects. Our patented Thermolite Window System is a one-of-a-kind alternative to traditional replacement windows. This 100% customized window system is designed to provide superior protection against bomb blast, audio espionage and hurricanes while reducing noise, sealing the building envelope and preserving historic architectural integrity.

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NIKO Contracting, Inc.
(Renovations/Restorations)
3434 Parkview Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
412.687.1517
NIKO Contracting, Inc.
NIKO Contracting, Inc.

NIKO Contracting, Inc. has been providing quality craftsmanship in roofing and architectural sheet metal nationwide since 1974. In addition to renovating and restoring historic landmark buildings we are also full service roofing contractors. We specialize in projects where roofing and architectural sheet metal work comprise the majority of the work, but often include extensive structural carpentry, steel repair, masonry repair, siding work, painting, and cleaning. Our work often comprises the entire exterior envelope of a structure. Most of the work and fabrication is performed in-house using our own resources. This ensures our customers the highest degree of quality control and cost effectiveness. Our specialties include roofing, metal siding, custom fabrication of all types of architectural sheet metal and ornamentation, exterior restoration, pressed metal ceilings and chemically induced patination of copper.

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The Swan Company
(Picture Hanging
Paraphernalia)
637 Georgia Street
Vallejo, CA 94590
707.980.6319
The Swan Company
The Swan Company

For The Swan Company owner, Carol Hanson, it all began in 1979 with the purchase of an 1876 Italianate row house on Golden Gate Avenue in San Francisco. "It had picture rail molding, but the only place that carried the appropriate hangers (Woolworth's) went out of business before I got there. So I said 'Ok, I can do this myself'. Figuring that I wasn’t the only person that would miss Woolworth, I ran a very tiny ad in Victorian Homes Magazine. That describes the birth of the 'Picture Hanging Paraphernalia'. What came next was the picture rail molding. In 1989, we began construction of a new old house using mostly architectural salvage. That’s when I stumbled on 'Gesso' picture rail molding. By some miracle I found enough at a salvage yard to do our entire house. But I was in love with it and wanted to share it with others. I used scrap pieces on my website to display my picture rail hooks. Big mistake…as people thought I had it for sale, and I ended up disappointing a lot of them. But that’s when my quest began to learn as much as I could about it. It led me on a long (and many times disappointing) road, but I just couldn’t get it out of my mind. So now, a mere 25 years later, I am able to offer the world authentic Gesso Picture Rail Molding. Yes the real thing…plaster on wood and, best of all, it’s made in the USA".

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Heritage Business Intl.
(Business Consultants)
Worldwide
Service Area
415.466.2980
Heritage Business International
Heritage Business International

Business consulting and support by professionals who understand your organization’s mission, culture, and passion for preservation! Heritage Business International helps historic preservation businesses, heritage organizations, and cultural institutions increase their value, sustainability, and impact. Our staff have MBA’s, graduate degrees in heritage disciplines, work experience in the heritage industry, and a passion for historic preservation. We know that running your preservation organization isn’t all about business, but we also know that if you don’t run a healthy and sustainable organization you can’t succeed in achieving your preservation goals. We bridge the gap between business and preservation by working with boards, managers, and employees to build capacity, develop and implement strategy, deliver heritage-specific business training, and provide industry data and market intelligence. We are a social enterprise venture working for for-profits, non-profits, large corporations, and small home-based businesses—and we want to help you become more successful!

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Western Maine
Screen Doors Co.

(Mahogany Screen Doors)
435 Carrabassett Road
New Portland, ME 04961
207.249.1687
Western Maine Screen Doors Co.
Western Maine Screen Doors Co.

The Western Maine Screen Doors Company is a family run business located in the foothills of the western Maine mountains. For over 25 years now, the Western Maine Screen Doors Company has been making custom mahogany screen doors. We will work with you or your contractor, step by step, to assure that you get exactly the door or screen panels for your porch that you want and expect. We can interchange any design features of our doors to fit the look you are looking for. We can also work with you to design one of your very own! Recently here at the Western Maine Screen Doors Company, we have expanded our line of products to include shutters, rosettes and plinth blocks, custom moldings, and other custom order products. We expect you to be happy and proud that you have purchased one of our products!

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Mr. Spindle, Inc.
(Porch Components)
4039 98th Ave S
Fargo, ND 58104
800.487.9663
Mr. Spindle, Inc.
Mr. Spindle, Inc.

Whether you are the caretaker of an historic Painted Lady in San Francisco or building a new home in the rural Midwest, Mr. Spindle can help. The goal of the Mr. Spindle company is to give its customers the very best outdoor decking components available at any price. Our vast array of spindles, balusters, porch posts, newel posts, columns, custom turnings, finials, handrails, and post tops are produced from the world’s finest cedar, redwood, Brazilian IPE, and American pine. Our products will help you create the porch or deck your family will enjoy for years to come. Mr. Spindle also has an assortment of interior products as well. If you’re looking for something unique, send us your sample, photo or drawing. We'll turn your custom restoration project with exacting detail.

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Williamsburg Blacksmiths
(Reproduction Hardware)
26 Williams Street
Williamsburg, MA 01096
800.248.1776
Williamsburg Blacksmiths
Williamsburg Blacksmiths

Williamsburg Blacksmiths have forged reproductions of early American wrought iron hardware in Williamsburg for three generations. For those who appreciate authentic reproductions, simple colonial designs and traditional early American wrought iron, visit our store to see the door, cabinet and shutter hardware made by our blacksmiths today in the renovated forge of the original smithies. Williamsburg Blacksmiths make a full line of restoration hardware (door handles, door hinges, locks, door knockers, cabinet hinges, latches, cabinet and drawer pulls, shutter hardware, bath and kitchen accessories). We also offer custom finishes (hammered, beeswax and rust brown) and custom work. In the spirit of cooperation, we are delighted to display a collection of fire tools, exterior and interior lights, weather vanes and home accessories for your home crafted by other talented metalsmiths.

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John Canning & Co.
(Restoration Contractors)
150 Commerce Court
Cheshire, CT 06410
203.272.9868
John Canning & Co.
John Canning & Co.

John Canning & Co. is an architectural restoration contractor with over 40 years’ experience. We specialize in services for historic preservation, conservation, restoration, and replication. John Canning & Co. is an expert in the architectural arts and finishes such as ornamental plaster restoration, plaster stabilization, decorative finishes, gilding, historic woodwork and stone, as well as exterior services of architectural gilding and selective decorative finishes. Our principals are professional associates of the American Institute for the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (AIC). We are guided by the principle "do no harm" and advance that principle by providing treatments that are reversible and supplying owners with thorough documentation of research, conditions, actions taken and materials used.

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Olek Lejbzon Co.
(Fabrication/Restoration)
538 Christopher Street
City of Orange, NJ, 07050
212.243.3363
Olek Lejbzon Co.
Olek Lejbzon Co.

Olek Lejbzon Co.'s core business is restoration and fabrication, serving New York City since 1950, and now the rest of the United States. The principal media we work with are wood, modern and traditional furniture, woodwork fabrication, windows and doors, decorative finishes and ornamental metals. Olek creates and restores spectacular doors for Landmark and National Register buildings and residences and offers the finest restoration or replication of historic hinges, door knobs, levers or pulls, door cremone and flush bolts, finials, locksets, window sash locks and pulleys, plumbing hardware, and ornamental architectural metal castings. Olek also accepts sculptural commissions, executing the designs of others, or creating original designs. We can execute carving work in the "hand" matching the carving style of any sculptor or carver including the most sophisticated and intricate of 17th or 18th century work.

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Creative Building
Concepts

(Preservation Contractor)
145 D Street
Carlisle, PA 17013
717.386.5310
Creative Building Concepts
Creative Building Concepts

Whether you’re looking to restore or modernize your historic building, Creative Building Concepts has significant experience making the “old” new again. We have consistently worked with regulatory groups like HARB to manage structural/historic preservation requirements. And, we are prepared to handle the complexities that come with any historic restoration/renovation project. We’ve turned an abandoned factory building into gorgeous high-end industrial apartments; renovated an old five-sided jewelry store into an artistic four story residence; and restored a 19th century tavern masterpiece into a vacation rental fit for royalty. All this experience means we are a perfect fit to help you preserve the history of your building project while modernizing your space.

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1920 North Main Street Sheffield, MA 01257 413.528.6744
John F. Graney Metal Design, Inc.
John F. Graney Metal Design, Inc.

John F. Graney Metal Design, Inc. is a custom metal fabrication studio specializing in the most demanding site specific architectural and ornamental iron projects throughout southern New England and New York. In collaboration with the client, contractor and design professionals, we produce work which fulfills all the artistic and technical goals of the project. Our hallmarks are design flexibility, reliable engineering and uncompromising attention to detail and finish. Wrought metals heated in the fire and formed over the anvil are the root of all our work. The traditional methods of repousse, die forging, slit punching, riveting and collaring are interpreted in both contemporary and classic commissions. John F. Graney, Inc. is entering its fourth decade of service to the industry and looks forward to hear about your custom architectural metal or ornamental iron project. We invite you to visit us at our architectural metal fabrication shop, located in Berkshire County, in western Massachusetts.

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QUANTA Technologies, Inc
(Insulating Glass System)
1036 New Holland Ave.
Lancaster, PA 17601
855.782.6821
QUANTA Technologies, Inc.
QUANTA Technologies, Inc.

Residential properties within a historic district must obtain the approval of the Historic Architectural Review Board (HARB), or similar entity, prior to proceeding with window retrofit or modification. The QUANTAPANEL Architectural Low-e Storm Window has been reviewed and approved by a number of such entities throughout the U.S. for use on properties within their designated district. The addition of storm windows does not alter the original window in any way, a fundamental requirement of most HARB’s. Historic property owners now have options. The QUANTAPANEL Insulating Glass System can be installed on the exterior in a color and style that is consistent with the original window. Optionally, the QUANTAPANEL System can be installed on the interior, providing a completely unobstructed view of the window from the outside, and nearly indistinguishable from the inside. In either case, the functional performance benefits desirable for comfortable living can be achieved.

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Classic Home Hardware
(Vintage Hardware)
PO Box 1102
Canton, CT 06019
860.693.4451
Classic Home Hardware
Classic Home Hardware

Welcome to Classic Home Hardware, restoring and recycling vintage American Made hardware, lighting and architectural elements. Classic Home Hardware has been in and around the antique, architectural salvage and restoration business since 1973. Our company specializes in the sale of a wide array of original antique house and furniture hardware. This includes many of the more common patterns for those of you looking to match a piece, as well as rare and unusual items that will be a striking addition to your home or collection. We sell only antique hardware that is in good working order. We will state in the description whether or not the item has been restored.

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Arch Angle
Window and Door

(Storm Windows & Doors)
6979 Wooster Pike
Medina, OH 44256
800.548.0214
Arch Angle Window and Door
Arch Angle Window and Door

Arch Angle Window and Door manufacturers high end specialty storms windows and doors. High quality standards and careful attention to detail allow Arch Angle to fill the unique requirements of unusual or period architecture. Arch Angle all-aluminum storm products are individually hand crafted to complement the historic requirements or distinctive architecture of the homes, churches and commercial buildings they protect. While statements of beauty in their own right, many are designed primarily for the preservation of the larger investment of rare wood entry doors or leaded, restoration or antique stained glass. Fine quality complements fine architecture, and Arch Angle takes great pride in seeing that each product, heated and hand crafted is made to exact specifications to fit each individual architectural requirement.

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K.C. Restoration
Company, Inc.

(Restoration Contractors)
51514 W. 130th Street
Gardena, CA 90249
310.280.0597
K.C. Restoration Company, Inc.
K.C. Restoration Company, Inc.

K.C. Restoration Company, Inc., founded in 1990, is a family-owned and operated company in Culver City, CA. We are fully licensed, bonded and insured. Our team of qualified specialists are trained in the conservation of cultural materials under the guidelines of the American Institute of Conservation Code of Ethics and the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties. We are one of California's leading contractors in the preservation, restoration, and rehabilitation of historic properties, having worked extensively on many landmark buildings in Los Angeles and Southern California. Focusing on the restoration of decorative architectural elements, we are sensitive to historic materials and are dedicated to maintaining historical accuracy. Our areas of specialty include the conservation of painted and decorative surfaces, painting of historic buildings, wood and metal door restoration, wood and metal window restoration and architectural woodwork.

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Webb & Company
Architects

(Preservation Architects)
387 North Walnut Street
Grand Island, NE 68801
308.381.8013
Webb & Company Architects
Webb & Company Architects

Webb & Company Architects offers design related services in architecture, historic renovation, land planning, site analysis and existing facility analysis. WCA provides superior quality and innovative design services. Our architectural firm approaches each project with enthusiasm for integrity, honesty, and inclusiveness of the Client and end users as an integral part of the design process. Although WCA is well known for our variety of local and regional commercial facilities, the firm has become increasingly noted for our experience in historic renovation projects. WCA is strongly committed to historic communities’ "Downtown Revitalization" in the adaptive re-use of existing historic buildings for today’s new use and occupancy. WCA approaches our clients’ unique needs of each different project by assembling a "Team" of architects, mechanical, electrical, civil and structural engineers with experience required to design your project.

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Innerglass Window
Systems, LLC

(Interior Storm Windows)
15 Herman Drive
Simsbury CT 06070
800.743.6207
Innerglass Window Systems, LLC
Innerglass Window Systems, LLC

Innerglass windows are "The Perfect Storm" for insulating historic homes and buildings. The standards that define a "historic" home or building are very specific. The original window units are part of the building’s historic integrity and replacement of these windows is strongly discouraged. The guidelines specifically say, "If the original windows are in place, repair and retrofit of these windows is preferred." That’s where Innerglass comes in. Because our windows compression-fit inside of the stops of the primary window, there is no need to disturb the integrity of the original windows. And because each of our windows are custom made to fit the exact measurements of each window, they are extremely efficient for windows that are no longer square, which is very often the case with historic homes and buildings.

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Deep Landing Workshop
(Custom Lighting)
115 Deep Landing Road
Chestertown, MD 21620
877.778.4042
Deep Landing Workshop

Deep Landing Workshop was started in 1963 by Joseph and Cynthia Ramsey. They had moved to the Chestertown on the eastern shore of Maryland in 1960 with their sons John, Ted, & Bob. Joe had intended to start a tool and die business, but changed direction when someone commented on how difficult it was to find quality period lighting. Cynthia was the artist of the team, while Joe was the craftsman. Cynthia took chandeliers and sconces from the historical record and refined the designs and scaled them for contemporary houses. Joe figured out how to produce them. In 1967 he patented what we now call the”wireless” hook. Their son, John, took over in 1977. He combines the artist ability of his mother and the craftsman ability of his father. In a few years he doubled the size of the “plant” by closing in the tractor shed next to the original 18” by 18’ workshop. In 1989 John signed on with Rist in the Washington Design Center, limiting sales to the trade. In 2002, he and his small crew moved into a new luxurious shop and showroom. About the only amenity lacking is a shower. That is so John has to go home.

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PAL, Inc.
(CRM Services)
26 Main Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860
401.728.8780
PAL, Inc.
PAL, Inc.

PAL, Inc. established in 1982, is a private, not-for-profit, corporation based in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. We provide a full array of cultural resource management (CRM) services. Our primary service area extends throughout the Northeast, but we often conduct projects in other regions of the United States and the Caribbean Islands. We fulfill our mission by actively promoting stewardship of cultural resources through educational programs that engage the public and raise awareness about the value of our nation’s cultural heritage. We assist our clients in successfully navigating complex historic preservation review and planning processes by providing expert consultation services and historic resources documentation. Clients rely on PAL, Inc. for our ability to rapidly mobilize staff and resources to conduct cultural resource surveys, preservation planning studies, eligibility determinations, environmental impact assessments, regulatory compliance, and consultation.

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