News and Headlines
Read a few stories about Chosen Wood Windows in the news, and how we have been able to help others in the area.
Make Your Windows & Doors More Efficient Preservation Perspectives
OLD HOUSE JOURNAL, MAY 2012
BY DEMETRA APOSPOROS
A window case study in Astoria, Oregon, shows why repairs are most cost effective than replacement. We spoke with Joy Sears, restoration specialist at the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), to learn more.
Replace a window, get a federal tax credit, save energy
OREGON LIVE, MAY 2010
BY LAURIE ROBINSON
For those who want to preserve their old windows, which often have gorgeous vertical grain Douglas fir sashes and sills, Glenn Halvorson, an energy auditor with Windows Only, recommends companies like Chosen Wood Window Maintenance in Canby, which can repair those windows, make them fit tighter and add unobtrusive weather-stripping or even a second pane of glass.
Maintain the Beauty of Wood Windows
PORTLAND HOME, 2006
Whether you are a vintage homeowner, own a historical building, or any other structure that contains wood windows, you may have that your were fighting a losing battle against dry rot, drafts, condensation, and rising energy costs. There are efficient and affordable ways to renew your wood windows without spending five figures for new windows and losing the original look of the structure.
Protect Your Wood Window Investment
PORTLAND HOME, FEB/MAR 2006
Have you ever felt you were fighting a losing battle with your wood windows? You could be, but it is never too late to catch up! There is no good reason to pay tens of thousands of dollars to replace your wood windows when there are other options. Replacement should be the last resort!