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Before & After 3: The Jalousies Must Go

Years ago, I restored my first windows, a couple of dining room windows on my own home which had been changed from wood double-hungs to glass louvers or jalousie windows. Since then, I’ve seen my share of neglected wood windows … Continue reading

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Before & After: 2

Even more successful than the Jalousie salesman of the 1950s & ’60s were those responsible for the aluminum sliders that followed. Here, a 1930s Spanish house in Glendale lost many of its original window sash. Metal windows like this slider … Continue reading

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Before & After:1

With this inaugural post, I’d like to show the first of what will likely be many “before & after” shots. This example is from one of the many fine 1930s Spanish duplexes near Carthay Circle, just south of Wilshire Boulevard’s … Continue reading

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