Right Path Windows & Restoration makes replacement sashes and parts, including for weight and chain windows.
We can replicate your existing wooden historic windows down to the last detail, and make them better than brand new using insulated glass, with wavy restorer glass as an option to faithfully maintain the character of the original windows.
Replacement sashes can be purchased as a complete kit, with our wood-clad liner along with new pulleys, sash cord, or chain to make the windows as functional as they are beautiful. We offer a full line of sash window hardware and furnishings.
All of our sashes come with modern rubber or foam weather stripping or they can be fabricated to accommodate metal weather stripping.
Wood storm windows and wood storm doors are an excellent investment in terms of preserving your existing wood windows and doors.
Right Path can repair and custom fabricate storm windows to accommodate any size, shape, or style of window.
We use only the finest hardwoods, such as Red Grandis mahogany or the technologically engineered Acccoya. However, we can use any wood of your choosing.
The photo at right is a typical application where a custom fabricated storm door and window would be installed.
There are numerous options:
Traditional Storm Window has a single pane of glass with putty glazing or the frame can be milled to simulate the putty.
Traditional Screen Window has a charcoal aluminum screen. This can also be used with the Traditional Storm Window.
Combination Storm/Screen Window is a wood storm and a screen window with removable aluminum framed glass storm panels. A permanent charcoal aluminum screen is mounted to the exterior.
Combination Plus Storm/Screen is a wood storm and screen window with interchangeable aluminum frames with storm and screen inserts.
Fixed Top Combination Plus Storm And Screen is a wood storm and screen window having fixed glass in the upper pane and an interchangeable aluminum framed glass storm and screen panels in the lower pane,
Insulated Storm Window features a ½” thick insulated glass helps with improve thermal efficiency along with noise reduction. Optional low-E glass coating is available for additional energy efficiency.
Right Path Windows & Restorations specializes in the replacement of traditional weight and chain sash windows.
Attention to detail allows us to faithfully replicate the original windows. While maintaining the historic feel and appearance, we provide 21st century standards of insulation and security.
We have considerable experience with the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) permit process.
Numerous options are available:
Right Path Windows & Restoration can fabricate custom casement windows to the most exacting of specifications.
Historical reproductions are our specialty. While maintaining the traditional feel and appearance, we provide 21st century standards of insulation and security.
Numerous options are available:
Right Path Windows & Restoration can replicate arch top and bent/bowed glass windows. Even the most intricately detailed historical windows can be duplicated, and with better thermal properties than the original windows.
We work closely with the New York Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) to obtain all approvals on the work.
Bent and Arched Wood Windows With Insulated Glass Can Include:
Historically accurate custom panning systems
Hand carved details
Bent or radius configurations
Replication of mullion details
Custom exterior colors
Simulated divided lite systems
Double hung, casements, round top, elliptical head, radius casings
High performance glass
LPC approved wood window fabrication
Right Path Windows & Restoration can restore a historic building to its former splendor. Our windows are fabricated using the finest materials and are crafted with attention to the most intricate of details.
Our products are designed to provide traditional design aesthetics, ease of operation, and optimal energy efficiency.
There is no window that we cannot replicate.
We work closely with the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) to obtain all approvals on the project.