Preservation Brief 9—The Repair of Historic Wooden Windows by John H. Myers
Preservation Brief 13 – The Repair and Thermal Upgrading of Historic Steel Windows by Sharon C. Park, AIA
Building Information Center: Windows—National Trust for Historic Preservation
Custom-made high-quality storm windows—Allied Window
Custom-made high-quality wood replacement windows—Green Mountain Window Co
Energy Efficiency: Windows—Common Sense Preservation
Historic Windows and Energy Efficiency—Preservation North Carolina by Sarah Donahue Wolff
Historic Wood Windows Tip Sheet—National Trust for Historic Preservation
“How to Repair Sash Windows” – This Old House by Thomas Baker
Press Release—“New Study Shows Window Retrofits Provide Significant Energy Savings at Less Cost Than Full Window Replacement”
“Saving Windows, Saving Money: Evaluating the Energy Performance of Window Replacement and Retrofit”—Study by Preservation Green Lab
To learn more about making historic buildings more sustainable, read:
Green Restorations, by Aaron Lubeck.
To learn more about repairing and restoring your historic wooden windows, read:
Window Preservation Standards by the Window Preservation Standards Collaborative.
1 Lubeck, Aaron. Green Restoration: Sustainable Building and Historic Homes. Canada: New Society Publishers, 2010. Print.
2 FTC Fines for Deceptive Energy-Efficiency, Cost-Savings Claims.” Green Remodeling. National Association of Home Builders. 2015. Web. http://www.nahb.org/generic.aspx?genericContentID=187732