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AAMA: Wood & Cellulosic Composite Material Council
American Architectural Manufacturers Association Wood & Cellulosic Composite Material Council provides wood related technical, regulatory, legislative, standards, marketing and certification information to the window and door industry.

Building America : Window Sash Retrofit With Sealed Unit
Building America Solution Center describes how to modify the existing sash to accept new double or triple, low-E coated, insulated glass units.

Building America: Window Sash Replacement
Building America Solution Center describes how to replace the existing window sash with a new sash including an insulated glass unit appropriate for the climate and containing a low-E coating.

Building Science: Wood Window Repair, Rehabilitation, Replacement
Building Science online Measure Guideline: Wood Window Repair, Rehabilitation, and Replacement provides information and guidance about rehabilitating, retrofitting, and replacing wood window assemblies in residential construction. It is intended primarily to help contractors and homeowners understand the options for safely improving the performance of their wood windows.

Fine Homebuilding: Should Your Old Wood Windows Be Saved?
Fine Homebuilding article describes how to weigh the options with cost, complexity, efficiency, and preservation in mind when deciding if your old wood windows should be saved. (PDF)

Fine Homebuilding: Use a Steam Box for Window Restoration
Fine Homebuilding says to soften glazing and remove the glass from an old window, a homemade steam box is priceless.

JLC Forums: Mitered Beveled Cedar Siding Corners
Journal of Light Construction online forum says beveled lap siding usually gets butted to corner boards at outside corners, but this conversation discusses another way by mitering the end joints.

Kansas: Re-Glazing Old Wood Windows
Dennis Brown demonstrates how to re-glaze an old wood window in this 10-minute online video from the Kansas State Historic Preservation Office.

Working Windows: Purchasable Guide To Repair & Restoration Of Wood Windows
Author Terry Meany describes operation, care, and repair of double-hung wood windows, casement and awning windows, fixed windows, and other more unusual windows like pivoting and leaded glass windows, along with chapters on weather stripping, repainting, refinishing, and working with different kinds of window moldings. $20 USD
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