I have repaired, restored and weatherized traditional windows in the Ann Arbor, Michigan area since 2009. As of January 1, 2017, I will shift my attention to teaching the trade on a one-on-one basis to homeowners who want to repair or restore their own windows. I am also available for consultations on your windows.
I will also be updating this site with an Instructional Manual and articles on window topics.
The following window professionals are available to work on your windows in and around Ann Arbor and SE Michigan. Please contact them directly for pricing and scheduling:
Mike Allen: Mikeallenrestoration@gmail.com
Robin Adair, Adair Restoration: email@example.com
Dustin Schultz, 3D Renovation: firstname.lastname@example.org
For a list of window tradespeople around the country, click on “Window Repair near me.” I am working on a similar list of other window craftsmen around the state of Michigan.
I am a member of the National Association of WindowRestoration Specialists and the Window Preservation Alliance.
Contact me: Lorri Sipes Lorri@WoodWindowRepair.biz
Here is my cell phone, but for a quicker response, be warned that I PREFER EMAILS.
Save Money: Wood windows can usually be restored and weatherized for less cost than replacing them with high-quality wood windows.
Save Energy: Historic windows can be weatherized to be as energy efficient as replacement windows.
Save the Environment: By repairing, you save your old windows from being thrown in the landfill, and once repaired, they can be maintained for the life of the building. You also save the resources required to make new windows, which have a limited lifespan, and to transport them to your town.
Save History: Keeping your original windows preserves the historic integrity and appearance of your home.