Windows are essential to any building, and they go a long way in creating a distinct look and atmosphere both indoors and out. Vintage Millwork & Restoration is an experienced window contractor that can create beautiful custom wood windows for all types of buildings.
Windows come in all sizes and styles, and we’ll work one-on-one with you to create the best wood windows for your project. Our team especially loves re-creating an old design in a new window. We offer the old restoration “wavy” glass, as well as tempered and insulated.
Custom Wood Windows
Custom wood windows can add a beautiful finishing touch to a home or business. Whether your project is modern and minimalist or antique and ornate, our team of craftsmen can create the perfect windows to complement its style. Check out our Gallery for examples of wood windows we’ve created over the years.
"We worked with Amos and his team on a custom sapele mahogany front door and trim for our home. They never made us feel that it was too small of a project even though they were busy with much larger projects at the time. We were impressed with how detailed they were and how they allowed us to be very involved in the process. We were very pleased with the whole experience... Our door is a staple of our home!"
- Sarah B
“My first exposure to Vintage was meeting Amos Fisher to inquire if they could replicate the front façade windows of a 1913 building I was restoring [the West Reading Motor Club]. Amos and Daniel Glick were wonderful to deal with and replicated the exterior and interior window moldings and updated the windows with insulated glass. Their craftsmanship was so outstanding they were asked to do a number of additional projects at this site. In 2020, the restoration won a Pennsylvania Main Street Townie Award for best restoration.
Subsequent to this project, I reached out again to Amos for building custom front and garage doors for a new Craftsman-style residence. These doors make the new home stand out. They are great to work with, and their quality is superb.”
- Frank Cocuzza