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HistoricSpecs: Charleston Hardware Company (Reproduction & Antique Hardware)
http://historicpreservation.com/historicspecs/charlestonhardwarecompany.html

At Charleston Hardware Company, our focus is on historic preservation. Our mission is to preserve the historical integrity of authentic antique hardware through the restoration and reproduction of antique original pieces. Our reproduction hardware is copied directly from antique hardware originals and crafted by hand using the same procedures of over a century ago. Each piece is hand cast in iron, brass, or bronze to match the detailing, textures, and colors of the antique originals. We are committed to making the most authentic reproduction hardware possible. We also offer antique hardware restoration, including paint stripping, cleaning, polishing, re-plating and repairing and re-keying locks. We stock spindles, set screws, and all the parts and pieces needed to restore an old house as well. Charleston Hardware assists building professionals and homeowners directly in the design, selection and installation of hardware appropriate for a particular project.

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HistoricSpecs: The Windowmaker Company
http://www.historicpreservation.com/historicspecs/thewindowmakercompany.html

The Windowmaker Company has been manufacturing custom wood windows for historical restoration projects for 30+ years. We pride ourselves for having approval from the toughest historical boards. If you are looking for a source for custom wood windows for your home, or if you are a member of the historical restoration community seeking replicated sashes for your custom wood windows, look no further! The Windowmaker Company provides a full range of double hung, casement, transoms, sidelights and one of a kind windows in all sizes and design variations which are all engineered to your specifications. Our windows are all over the country, from the Custom House in Key West, lighthouses, Union Chapel in Martha’s Vineyard, universities, yacht clubs, etc. Interested in windows that will last a life time and are historically approved? TRU-CLAD has been used on large projects such as the 100+ year old Italian Club in Tampa. We’d love to discuss this option with you. Contact Jessie Cano directly at 800.317.6153.

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HistoricSpecs: Architectural Elements, Inc. (Blocks & Brackets)

http://www.historicpreservation.com/historicspecs/architecturalelements.html

At Architectural Elements, Inc., we are your one-stop source and resource for blocks, brackets, corbels and gingerbreads to enhance your interior or exterior. Our products are made of high-density synthetic materials, including Polyurethane, PVC, GFRC and more. Our low-to-no maintenance solutions will save you time and money for years to come. Our products will stand up to insects and the elements. They’ll never rot, shrink, warp, twist, check, peel or require repeat paintings. All of our products arrive primed and ready to paint, and your painted finish will last 25 years. Our blocks, brackets, corbels and gingerbreads come in thousands of dimensions and styles. If you don’t find what you need we can custom make it for you! Our products have been used on National Historic Registry projects. Whatever your project - new construction, remodeling, historic restoration, or just adding a decorative touch - we have the perfect piece to complete your own unique look.

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HISTORICSPECS: John F. Graney Metal Design, Inc. (Ornamental Metalwork)

http://www.historicpreservation.com/historicspecs/jfgraneymetaldesign.html

John F. Graney Metal Design, Inc. is a custom metal fabrication studio specializing in the most demanding site specific architectural and ornamental iron projects throughout southern New England and New York. In collaboration with the client, contractor and design professionals, we produce work which fulfills all the artistic and technical goals of the project. Our hallmarks are design flexibility, reliable engineering and uncompromising attention to detail and finish. Wrought metals heated in the fire and formed over the anvil are the root of all our work. The traditional methods of repousse, die forging, slit punching, riveting and collaring are interpreted in both contemporary and classic commissions. John F. Graney, Inc. is entering its fourth decade of service to the industry and looks forward to hear about your custom architectural metal or ornamental iron project. We invite you to visit us at our architectural metal fabrication shop, located in Berkshire County, in western Massachusetts.

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HISTORICSPECS: Reclamation Lumber LLC (Antique/Reclaimed Lumber & Flooring)
http://www.historicpreservation.com/historicspecs/reclamationlumber.html

Reclamation Lumber LLC is located in a 20,000 square foot former trolley garage minutes from downtown New Haven, Connecticut. The work of processing antique reclaimed wood to produce custom flooring, beams, millwork and material for cabinetry, countertops and other unique products commences at this facility. Our business embodies many of the central tenets of the Green Technology movement and we have supplied material to many Green design oriented architectural projects. As craftsmen and woodworkers we at Reclamation Lumber have had an appreciation for old-growth material for decades. With the ever-increasing demand for building material outpacing the ability to sustainably meet supply, we wholeheartedly find ourselves committed to the three R's - Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. By choosing a reclaimed wood product for your building project, you make the same commitment to sustainability. Along with our commitment to the environment we honor another commitment: customer satisfaction.

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HistoricSpecs: Foam Factory, Inc. (Reproduction & Architectural Foam Molded Products)

http://www.historicpreservation.com/historicspecs/foamfactory.html

Foam Factory Inc.is a family owned business started in 1976. The company has several divisions, the largest servicing the construction industry with columns, moldings, arches, brackets, medallions, balustrades, quatrefoils and many other architectural trim products. Foam Factory supplies architectural trim to both residential and commercial builders and offers products for both the interior and exterior of homes and buildings. Our lightweight building products allow more freedom for custom design, create more dramatic interiors and exteriors and lower the costs of construction substantially. We utilize a unique polystyrene substrate as the architectural core. The polystyrene is shaped using a high speed, computerized shaping system that allows for limitless design capabilities.

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HistoricSpecs: Adams Architectural Millwork Co. (Historical Millwork)
http://www.historicpreservation.com/historicspecs/adamsarchitecturalmillworkco.html

Adams Architectural Millwork Co. is a renowned historical millwork company. We are dedicated to service, quality and craftsmanship, and specialize in historical millwork projects. Adams Architectural Millwork Co. offers storm windows, screens, sash, window units and doors. Our custom capabilities allow us to replicate virtually any shape or style of wood window or door. We combine old-world craftsmanship and attention to detail to create a truly authentic product that adds beauty and value to any home or business. Architects, designers, contractors and homeowners who want the finest quality windows and doors for custom residential and historic renovation projects rely on Adams Architectural Millwork Co. wood products.

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HISTORICSPECS: Gold Coast Metal Works, Inc. (Architectural Metalwork)
http://www.historicpreservation.com/historicspecs/goldcoastmetalworks.html

Connoisseurs around the world are driving a renewed demand for luxurious custom metalwork. Lyrical in design, handcrafted railings, balustrades and gates serve as the jewelry of a house, belying their intrinsic strength and ultimate functionality. At Gold Coast Metal Works' atelier, highly skilled blacksmiths rely on time-honored techniques to forge hot metal - most commonly steel, but also bronze and wrought iron - and use anvils, hammers and chisels to create meticulous flowers and leaves, sinuous curves and decorative rosettes. Each finished piece is a unique and original work and will look beautiful for centuries. At Gold Coast Metal Works, a team of expertly trained artisans works on each commission. From engineers and draftsmen, to blacksmiths and finishers. With headquarters on the North Shore of New York's Long Island, the company easily works anywhere in the world.

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HISTORICSPECS: The Baut Studios, Inc. (Traditional Stained Glass)
http://www.historicpreservation.com/historicspecs/bautstudios.html

At The Baut Studios, Inc. we pride ourselves in our service to the religious market since 1927. We evolved over our 80 year history to produce a wide variety of products and services, many at the request of our clients. All the products and services The Baut Studios, Inc. provides center around the ideals of the Baut family and their dedicated craftsmen, this ensures the finest quality work possible. Every project is important to us and given the attention to detail it deserves. The customer has final approval on all designs before manufacture and is welcome to visit our facilities to view their work in progress, and of course, to stay for lunch! Our services include custom design, removal and relocation as well as restoration and protection. Replacement windows and doors, however, are the mainstay of our business. Retrofit work is second nature to us. Because everything we do is custom, there is no extra pricing for custom sizes.

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RARE VINTAGE RECLAIMED BLUESTONE: New England Architectural Center / Newport RI / 860.304.5651
http://www.historicpreservation.com/historicspecs/newenglandarchitecturalcenter.html

The New England Architectural Center is New England's largest supplier of reclaimed bluestone sidewalk and curbing material. The rarest and most desirable reclaimed bluestone was quarried in the 1800's in upstate New York. We at NEAC scour the New York countryside finding and harvesting hand-cut and hand-quarried bluestone from this period. Our reclaimed vintage bluestone products are not only the best but the most beautiful! The chisel marks, hand feathered edges and time worn surfaces are impossible to replicate at any price. We have been fortunate in locating bluestone from 2 ft. wide up to 12 ft. wide, with lengths running 2 ft. long to 10 ft. long. Our bluestone curbing also offers the same hand-carved beauty and one-of-a-kind uniqueness. The New England Architectural Center will deliver your bluestone to you anywhere in the United States. Contact us today to place your order.
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